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Reshaping EU Civilian Crisis Management
On 5 July, the EUISS launched its project on ‘Reshaping EU Civilian Crisis Management’ in Brussels. The project aims to describe and analyse the evolution of EU civilian crisis management. Against the backdrop of the security-development nexus on one hand, the internal-external security nexus on the other, the project aims to explore how civilian crisis management has evolved over the last ten years and to unpack the relationship between CSDP civilian missions, the European Commission’s instruments for external action, and EU Justice and Home Affairs activities. The project will eventually lead to the publication of an EUISS Report. The meeting brought together approximately 20 people from the EEAS, the European Commission, FRONTEX, the think tank community and civil society.