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Dans l’optique de promouvoir au sein l’Union européenne une culture de sécurité commune et de contribuer à l’élaboration de la politique étrangère et de sécurité commune de l’UE (PESC) ainsi que d’enrichir le débat stratégique, l’EUISS distribue ses publications à un large public en Europe mais aussi dans le reste du monde qui se trouve au cœur de la communauté internationale stratégique.

La publication phare de l'Institut est sa série de Cahiers de Chaillot, qui est basée sur des recherches approfondies et ciblées. L'Institut publie également un Yearbook of European Security (YES) annuellement, ainsi que des Rapports et des publications plus courtes, appelées les Briefs et Alerts.

  • Chinese futures: horizon 2025

    Rapport - No35 - 19 July 2017

    edited by Eva Pejsova

    This Report - the outcome of a dedicated EUISS Task Force - seeks to decipher what kind of global actor we can expect China to be, given its growing international profile and ambitions. What do current trends indicate regarding the direction of its future foreign and security policy in Asia and beyond? And how can Europe engage with its Chinese partner while securing its own position and interests?

  • DPRK: game, reset and match?

    Alert - No23 - 18 July 2017

    Ramon Pacheco Pardo

    This Alert focuses on the new South Korean President's efforts to pursue a policy of re-engagement with Pyongyang, and assesses to what extent this approach has chances of success, given the paucity of other diplomatic options.

  • Balkan corruption: the China connection

    Alert - No22 - 18 July 2017

    Michal Makocki, Zoran Nechev

    This Alert examines how Chinese-financed infrastructure projects in the Western Balkans often serve as a conduit for China’s political and normative influence, exacerbating both the high levels of corruption and governance problems that exist in the region.

     

  • The EU Cyber Diplomacy Toolbox: towards a cyber sanctions regime?

    Brief - No24 - 12 July 2017

    Patryk Pawlak, Erica Moret

    With state-sponsored operations against EU members and institutions increasing, what is the Union doing to counter these threats? And how do sanctions fit into the EU’s Cyber Diplomacy Toolbox?