Pakistan is today facing many new challenges, not the least of which are the unsettling effects of the third democratic transition at a time of rapid societal changes. This report, with contributions from regional experts, looks at various aspects of these challenges.
In collaboration with the Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA), the EUISS has produced a paper which features detailed proposals for advancing India-EU relations within the bilateral and multilateral dimensions of the Strategic Partnership.
In this quarter's issue of the newsletter, EUISS director Álvaro de Vasconcelos, explores the increasing inter-connection of actors beyond the big powers, F. Stephen Larrabee highlights the work yet to be done by the EU in the Balkans and the Eastern neighbourhood, and Luis Peral considers the EU's responsibility within the International Criminal Court.
This multi-author publication presents EUISS forecasts and perspectives on the European Union’s foreign policy strategy in the post-Lisbon Treaty context. The Report seeks to define what should be the basic guiding principles of EU foreign policy and how they should be applied in a set of priority areas.
In the world in 2009, how can the main global players establish a common approach to security and what form will this take? In particular, will this common approach to security be derived from or related to the concept of human security? In order to answer these questions, contributors to this Chaillot Paper were asked to analyse how threats to national and international security are defined in the country of concern.
This collaborative effort of the EUISS research team highlights what it considers to be the major political event of 2009: the election of President Barack Obama and the impact that the change in the American administration will have on the world. It covers the priority areas for US-EU cooperation of global governance, climate change, disarmament and non-proliferation, Russia, Iran, Afghanistan, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and transatlantic relations.
По словам эксперта European Union Institute for Security Studies Луиса Пераля, европейские страны готовы вводить новые ограничения для беженцев и намерены действовать решительно. «Сначала ЕС оказался неготовым к такому количеству мигрантов, но теперь он склонен принимать меры. Брюссель усилит пограничную службу на внешних границах и внутри, а потом попытается стабилизировать ситуацию в Африке», - рассказал аналитик «Главреду». Glavred
In his article titled 'Transforming an Unrealistic War: Bringing the UN Back into Afghanistan', Research Fellow and Afghanistan expert Luis Peral wrote that it is time to focus on supporting international, preferably UN, civilian efforts, and to re-engage in effective multilateralism beyond empty commitments. Georgetown Journal of International Affairs
“McChrystal’s assessment of what went wrong is accurate but his solution is 180-degrees wrong,” said one of the dissenters, Luis Peral, a research fellow at the European Union’s Institute for Security Studies in Paris, in a recent interview. The New York Times