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Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

due to the officially ordered measures to deal with the corona virus, the office of the Austria Institute for European and Security Policy will not be occupied until 30.04.2020. For this reason, during this time, you can only reach us by e-mail. Furthermore, no public events will be held until 30.06.2020.

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Development Aid, Migration and Conditionality

Lívia Benková: Development Aid, Migration and Conditionality – The Case of the Marshall Plan with Africa, Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies Policy Brief Analyses, May 2020

The Dragonbear

Velina Tchakarova: The Dragonbear: An Axis of Convenience or a New Mode of Shaping the Global System? Irmo Brief 05/2020

EU – NATO Relations

Velina Tchakarova, Sofia Maria Satanakis: EU – NATO Relations: Enhanced Cooperation Amidst Increased Uncertainty, AIES Fokus 04/2020

Disinformation during Covid-19 from a European Perspective

Michael Zinkanell: Disinformation during Covid-19 from a European Perspective, AIES Fokus 03/2020

Covid-19 and Europe-China Relations

Covid-19 and Europe-China Relations
A country-level analysis
European Think-tank Network on China (ETNC)
Special Report - 29 April 2020

Pandemic Mitigation in the Digital Age

Dr. Alexander Klimburg, Louk Faesen, Paul Verhagen, Philipp Mirtl: Pandemic Mitigation in the Digital Age - Digital Epidemiological Measures to Combat the Coronavirus Pandemic, AIES Studies, Nr. 12, März 2020

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Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy

For over 20 years (est. 1996), the Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy (AIES) is researching on various issues regarding the European Union and the European Integration Process.

In doing so, the focus lies on European Security and Defence Policy with regards to the European Neighbourhood Policy, transatlantic relations as well as the Austrian Foreign-, European and Security Policy.

The AIES is not only doing research on these subject areas, but also provides demand-oriented analysis and recommendations for contract partners. It is also organizing internal workshops, training courses and public discussions. In the course of this interdisciplinary work the AIES team of experts is using a network of research, political, economic, social and military institutions, facilities of the civil society, the media as well as international organisations.

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The Future of the Transatlantic Relations, China Russia and Brexit

By Stanley Sloan, AIES Associate Fellow


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