On 12 May 2023, the EUISS and the Swedish Institute of International Affairs co-organised a panel discussion on the EU’s role as a security and defence policy actor in light of the war in Ukraine, Sweden’s EU presidency and application to NATO.
The CFI project organised a partners’ panel at the State of the Union conference hosted by the European University Institute in Florence. The event represented an opportunity to discuss how foreign information manipulation and interference impacts the European Union and its Member States.
Since 2019, regular meetings between the EU Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) and the Africa Working Party of the Council of the EU (COAFR) have fostered knowledge sharing on Africa-related policy planning and analysis.
The EUISS and the Swedish Presidency of the Council of the EU organised a seminar discussing the implications of the EU Space Strategy for Security and Defence for EU Member States, associated industry and key EU strategic partners.
Tumultuous developments in global, regional and local politics have shaped a new geopolitical context for the Horn of Africa. The 20th EUISS-COAFR session discussed the new geopolitics of the region and its implications for EU engagement.
On 14 April,Giovanni Faleg delivered a presentation on EU strategies towards Africa at the seminar “African Security: Agency, Strategies, Perspectives”, organised by the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies.