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ISSUE Alerts

Conçues comme de courtes publications, rapidement produites et faciles d’accès, les ISSUE Alerts offrent des réponses succinctes aux défis externes les plus urgents auxquels l'Union européenne doit faire face, elles peuvent aussi comporter de brèves analyses de questions émergentes.

  • Colombia: Nobel present, uncertain future

    14 octobre 2016

    Lorena Ruano

    Last week, Colombians voted against the peace agreement that the government and the FARC had reached in August to end the country’s civil war. How did this happen? And how will the process move forward?

  • Migrant groups are influential actors in the international arena. Globally, diaspora communities and governments alike are capitalising on this state of affairs, as demonstrated by the fact that diaspora lobbying is on the rise and governments are seeking to instrumentalise their expatriates. This Alert looks at how the EU finds itself increasingly exposed to foreign states’ interference through its migrant/diaspora communities.

  • Migrant groups and host communities have developed a number of smart technology apps aimed at providing new arrivals with information on housing, education and employment opportunities. This Alert looks at how EU authorities can utilise these new technologies to help migrants, while exploring the associated dilemmas.

  • After the EUGS: specifying the military tasks

    22 juillet 2016

    Wolfgang Wosolsobe

    This Alert looks at the indications in the EUGS on the way the military instrument(s) at the EU’s disposal should be used, further developed (in a cooperative manner) and connected to other internal and external actors.

  • After the EUGS: mainstreaming a new CSDP

    22 juillet 2016

    Margriet Drent, Dick Zandee

    This Alert explains why CSDP ‘White Book’ or a Security and Defence Strategy (SDS) will have to be developed if the EUGS is to be fully implemented. But what should an SDS entail?