Polish Foreign and Security Policy
Kamil Szubart: The Future of Polish Foreign and Security Policy in the context of Presidential and Parliamentary Elections in 2015, AIES Fokus 8/2015
The results of the 2015 presidential and parliamentary elections in Poland have brought a change in the political scene in Poland, which will determine the future of Polish foreign and security policy as well as Poland’s position in the European Union and NATO in the next four years. For the first time in history since the political transformation in Poland and other Central and Eastern European countries, the winning party – Law and Justice (Prawo i Sprawiedliwość) has reached an absolute majority in the parliamentary election, will govern alone for the next four years.
Eugene Kogan: Israeli-Greek Naval, Air Force and Defence Industry Cooperation, AIES Fokus 10/2021
07.06.2021 / Mehr
Vladislava Gubalova, PhD, Senior Fellow, Centre for Global Europe (ed.): From Contestation to Buy-In: The EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy as seen from European Capitals – National Approaches to the EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy. A Collaborative Report
25.05.2021 / Mehr
Jochen Rehrl (Ed.): Handbook on CSDP – The Common Security and Defence Policy of the European Union, Vol. I, 4th edition. Vienna/Austria, 2021
07.05.2021 / Mehr
Teilnahme von AIES Präsident Dr. Werner Fasslabend und AIES Research Fellow Michael Zinkanell
27.11.2019 / Mehr
Von 30. Mai bis 1. Juni 2019 organisierte die World Youth Academy in Zusammenarbeit mit dem AIES das diesjährige International Security Policy Summit in Wien.
25.06.2019 / Mehr