South American Integration
Stephanie Polezzeli: The South American Integration Trail: The Southern Integration and the European Union Model, AIES Fokus 2/2017
The European Union (EU) is a result of the devastating Second World War in which Europe suffered extensive damage to buildings and infrastructure, and an overwhelming blow to the economy. In order to secure peace and re-introduce some order in Europe, along with human rights and democratic values, the reconstruction of the European economies was considered as a fundamental cornerstone. After the war, Europe enjoyed a long period of uninterrupted integration together with an intensive economic growth.
This focus will shed light on forms of regional integration in South America by highlighting the different integration models and by providing a comparison to the European model.
Foreign Affairs Institute: Geopolitics of the War in Ukraine, Report June 2022 by Ioannis E. Kotoulas, Adjunct Lecturer in Geopolitics University of Athens, and Wolfgang Pusztai, Security & Policy Analyst Director, Perim Associates.
30.06.2022 / Mehr
Franz Cede: Sicherheitspolitische Standortbestimmung Österreichs 2022, AIES Kommentar 2/2022
30.05.2022 / Mehr
Velina Tchakarova: Country Perspectives – Austria; in: Euro-Atlantic Concerns regarding a US »Sole Purpose« Policy, A Review of Twenty-One National Perspectives. Anna Clara Arndt / Liviu Horovitz / Claudia Major / Jonas Schneider / Lydia Wachs (eds.). Reseach Division International Secutiry, WP Nr. 4 December 2021.
13.01.2022 / Mehr
Sofia Maria Satanakis, Katrin Süss: The Shift in Turkey's Foreign Policy, AIES Fokus 3/2021
01.02.2021 / Mehr
Euro Policy: How will the Transatlantic Relations change after the Pandemic? Key Representatives and Experts in the Security Sector offer their Perspective.
18.06.2020 / Mehr