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27November 2018Edited by Eva PejsovaWith contributions from Mathieu Duchâtel, Felix Heiduk, Bruno Hellendorff, Chantal Lavallée, Liselotte Odgaard, Gareth Price, Zoe Stanley-Lockman
Considering arms trade an integral part of the EU’s foreign policy toolbox, what is the status of security cooperation between Europe and Asia? Who exactly benefits from European military technology and know-how and how does that affect the overall strategic balance in the region?
07June 2017With contributions from Bernt Berger, Jakob Bund, Matthieu Burnay, Marta Hermez, Stine Lehman-Larsen, Ingrid Magnusson, Garima Mohan, Gareth Price, May-Britt Stumbaum, Plamen Tonchev, Anouk van den Akker
This Report, which draws on the main presentations made during the 2016 CSCAP EU Committee meeting devoted to this topic, examines the role of the EU as a preventive diplomacy actor and explores how in pursuing this strategy it can contribute positively to security in the Indo-Pacific region.
This report is the result of a closed-door workshop and a public conference on 'Prospects for EU–India Security Cooperation' held in September 2016 in New Delhi by Chatham House, the EU Institute for Security Studies, and the Observer Research Foundation. It explores the scope for EU-India engagement on three major security issues: West Asia (Middle East), maritime security, and counter-terrorism and radicalisation.
30March 2016By Gareth Price
This Brief assesses India’s hegemonic role in its immediate neighbourhood. Can New Delhi assuage worries of its neighbours about its dominance? And what steps have been taken by Prime Minister Modi towards greater regional integration?