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  • 22January 2021

    On 22 January, the EUISS live-streamed its yearly foresight event entitled '2021- What's to come?' on YouTube to help us think through the challenges ahead, anticipate disruptions, and be better prepared for the coming year. 

  • 05January 2021

    On 5 January 2021, Daniel Fiott was invited to make a presentation on the EU and maritime security challenges to an informal meeting of members of the Friends of the Presidency Group on the EU Maritime Security Strategy (EUMSS).

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    18December 2020

    Working closely with DGRIS at the French Ministry of Armed Forces, past, present and future Presidencies of the Council of the EU and the European External Action Service, this virtual seminar brought together approximately 50 senior decision-makers and think tank representatives for an in-depth discussion on the Strategic Compass. 

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    15December 2020

    On 15 December 2020, the EUISS and the European Council’s Working Party on Africa (COAFR) held their ninth meeting to discuss Turkey’s involvement in Africa. Members of the European Council’s Working Group on Enlargement and Countries Negotiating Accession to the EU (COELA) also participated in the discussion.

  • 14December 2020

    From 14-18 December 2020, multiple EUISS analysts contributed to the fourth module of the 15th High-Level Course on the Common Security and Defence Policy (‘Altiero Spinelli’ promotion).

  • 11December 2020

    This miniseries of the EUISS foresight podcast explores the future of Russian domestic and foreign policy.  

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    11December 2020

    The EUISS and the EEAS co-organised a public online conference focusing on the impact of climate change on EU security and defence.

  • 08December 2020

    The first EU-Australia track 1.5 Strategic Dialogue was organised jointly by the EUISS and the Lowy Institute.

  • 07December 2020

    Presenting his ideas on defence capability development to EU member state representatives, Daniel Fiott joined a vitual workshop.

  • 02December 2020

    Joined by a host of experts from the EU, NATO, industry and academia, Daniel Fiott took part in a webinar organised by the EU Military Staff and the Sofia Security Forum. The webinar sought to delineate the EU’s position on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and defence. Following high-level reflections, Fiott focused on the hype surrounding emerging defence technologies before then outlining the possible applications of AI for defence in the near and medium term.