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Daniel Fiott

Daniel Fiott is Security and Defence Editor at the EU Institute for Security Studies (EUISS), a position he has occupied since late 2016. At the EUISS, Daniel analyses European defence policy, defence industrial issues and hybrid threats. Since 2016, Daniel has assisted each Presidency of the Council of the EU with their security and defence related conferences, and he represents the Institute on the Executive Academic Board of the European Security and Defence College (ESDC). Daniel regularly lectures at the ESDC and he has represented the EUISS at numerous conferences. Additionally, Daniel is the lead author of the EUISS flagship publication, the Yearbook of European Security.

From 2014-2016, Daniel served as a research fellow of the Research Foundation - Flanders (FWO) – a prestigious award for his doctoral work. He is a visiting professor at the Free University of Brussels and the Brussels School of International Studies at the University of Kent. At these universities he teaches on European foreign, security and defence policies. Before this time he held positions with think tanks and the private sector. Daniel is regularly invited to lecture at defence colleges and universities across Europe, and he is widely published in leading journals on European defence matters. Daniel was educated at the University of Cambridge and he holds a PhD from the Free University of Brussels.

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