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The Franco-German reaction to the COVID19 pandemic

Eloïse Ryon: The Franco-German reaction to the COVID19 pandemic and its consequences, a step forward for Europe? AIES Fokus 13/2020

US leadership and Central European countries

Lívia Benko: What would the possible change in the US leadership mean for the Central European countries? AIES Fokus 12/2020

The coup d‘état in Mali

Michael Cserkits: The coup d'état in Mali – Synchronizing African Facts with European Conceptions, AIES Fokus 11/2020

Italy and Turkey‘s Europe-to-Africa Commercial Corridor

Michaël Tanchum: Italy and Turkey's Europe-to-Africa Commercial Corridor: Rome and Ankara's Geopolitical Symbiosis Is Creating a New Mediterranean Strategic Paradigm, AIES Fokus 10/2020

The EU’s Eastern Partnership between a rock and a hard place

Johann Wolfschwenger: The EU's Eastern Partnership between a rock and a hard place, AIES Fokus 9/2020

Morocco‘s Africa-to-Europe Commercial Corridor

Michaël Tanchum: Morocco's Africa-to-Europe Commercial Corridor: Gatekeeper of an emerging trans-regional strategic architecture, AIES Fokus 8/2020

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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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