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26 July 2010
Organised in cooperation with the Spanish Presidency of the EU, this seminar served as a timely opportunity to reflect on how foreign policy under the Lisbon Treaty should respond to global challenges.
13 July 2010
This first seminar in the 'Unfinished business in Europe' series focused on the Western Balkans and Turkey with a particular emphasis on securing and stablising Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo and Macedonia.
02 July 2010
Somalia has developed into a serious security challenge both regionally and internationally. It is a hotbed of Islamist terror and the origin of an increasing wave of piracy. This seminar provided an update and analysis of the Somali crisis, exploring avenues for sustainable crisis resolution and crisis management approaches.
28 June 2010
Co-organised with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), this seminar explored the diversity of humanitarian approaches to conflict affected areas and the key legal principles guiding them.
18 June 2010
Organised with the support of the Instituto Español de Estudos Estratégicos (Spanish Ministry of Defence), Middle East Technical University (METU, Ankara) and the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, this seminar explored Turkey's role in CSDP operations and ways ahead for future cooperation.
08 June 2010
The EU Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) and the National Intelligence Council of the United States have undertaken a joint project on ‘Global Governance 2025’. The project is supported by the Atlantic Council and the Transatlantic Policy Network.
19 May 2010
With the objective of comparing the state of play in each of the former Yugoslav countries in relation to the process of European enlargement and to encourage a more effective international engagement in the promotion of integration of the Balkans, the Institute organised, with the support of the Foreign Policy Initiative BiH, a seminar which was held in Sarajevo from 19 to 21 May 2010.
03 May 2010
This brainstorming meeting explored European perspectives on NATO's new strategic concept. Taking place in Paris on 3 May 2010, the two sessions focused on what Europe should think about NATO's new strategic concept and what the future holds for EU-NATO cooperation.
26 April 2010
In preparation for the 2010 Annual Conference 2010, this seminar focused on how to support peacebuilding in the field. Developing mediation capacities at the local level in conflict-prone and fragile countries was seen as paramount in the peacebuilding sector.
16 April 2010
The Institute hosted the seminar titled ‘European Foreign Policy and the Black Sea Region’ on 16 April 2010 as part of the Harvard Black Sea Security Programme 2010. Some of the issues discussed included the respective roles of the EU, Russia and Turkey in the political development of the Black Sea region.