A collaborative project by the entire EUISS research team, this Chaillot Paper analyses changes in the contemporary global environment according to eight distinct but interconnected perspectives. The publication aims to offer a comprehensive background analysis to the policy debates that will inform the drafting of the Report on the international geopolitical environment that the High Representative is due to present in 2015.
EUISS Yearbook of European Security 2014
Yearbook - 23 May 2014
Florence Gaub, Olivier de France, Daniel Fiott
This second edition of the Yearbook of European Security (YES) intends to build on the experience of last year while enriching the contents by including a more comprehensive survey of the EU ‘toolbox’ as well as a more targeted analysis of European defence spending. This year’s ‘mapping’ exercise is devoted to identifying and assessing the changes and developments that have occurred in three ‘signature’ countries of the so-called ‘Arab Spring’. And, finally, YES 2014 also includes a summary report of the Institute’s own activities over the past year.
YES is an indispensable publication that aims to inform experts, academics, practitioners and, more generally, all those wishing to know more about the EU and security-related matters through innovative, evidence-based analysis and the display of crucial facts and figures.
Individual chapters of YES 2014 can be downloaded below.
Arab sprouts: new actors in a new political landscape
Facts and Figures
The security policy toolbox
Defence spending in the EU
Defence R&D in Europe
EU member states’ voting at the UN Security Council
EEAS organisational chart
European External Action Service
EUISS 2013 Activities Report