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28 June 2003
The Rome conference was the second transatlantic conference organised by the EU Institute for Security Studies in 2003. It focused on the EU and US strategic concepts, EU-NATO cooperation, armaments cooperation, and future trends for transatlantic links.
01 April 2003
The April 2003 Transatlantic Conference, The EU and the US: partners in stability?, was held in Paris. Bringing together officials and academics from both sides of the Atlantic, the conference analysed the state of transatlantic relations after the invasion of Iraq.
11 October 2002
A major conference on 'The UN, the EU, NATO and other regional actors: partners in peace?' was hosted by the Institute, in cooperation with the International Peace Academy, on 11-12 October in Paris. The conference focused in particular on the interplay between the United Nations and other organisations in terms of peace operations in Europe, Africa, and Asia.
01 July 2002
The first Annual Conference of the EU Institute for Security Studies was held in Paris on 1 July 2002. At the conference, the Institute was officially inaugurated by Javier Solana, who - in addition to being the High Representative for CFSP - is Chairman of the Board of the Institute, and by His Excellency Hans Henrik Bruun on behalf of the Danish presidency of the EU.
07 June 2002
The Madrid conference was organised in cooperation with the Real Instituto Elcano, under the aegis of the Spanish Presidency of the European Union.
18 March 2002
A conference on 'European Defence after 11 September' took place at the Institute on 18 March 2002. The meeting addressed the impact of 11 September and the fight against terrorism on the EU and the ESDP in particular.