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Transnational challenges

There is a growing overlap between the EU’s internal and external security problems. Terrorism, organised crime and unregulated migration not only pose a threat to European internal security, but also have a serious impact on the stability of Europe’s immediate neighbourhood. Very often, they find their roots in conflicts and instability further abroad in Africa or Asia.

For some time, the European Union has been active in international debates on the governance of these challenges, and has created new policy instruments of its own. Already in the early 1990s, the EU successfully linked its home-affairs priorities with its Common Foreign and Security Policy. The 2015 migration crisis showed the limits of that approach, and has sparked a new wave of reforms.[collapse]

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  • 18May 2021

    On 18 May 2021, Giovanni Faleg participated to the international conference “Hybrid threats in the context of European security" organised by the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the EU, the National Defence Institute and the Portuguese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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    17May 2021

    On 17 May 2021, the EUISS in cooperation with the External Action Service (EEAS) and the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the European Union, held a scenario-based discussion with EU Member States and international partners. The discussion, the first of its kind, focused on how to address international security challenges related to cyberspace.

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    10May 2021

    Co-organised by the EU Institute for Security Studies and the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the European Union, this virtual consultation explored the link between the stability of the cyber domain and international security, and consider how the EU and African partners can cooperate on a strategic security agenda fit for the digital age.

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    14April 2021

    On 14 April 2021, the EU Cyber Direct project, together with Chatham House’s International Security Programme (ISP), organised a series of interactive online sessions to discuss the role of civil society organisations in the fight against cybercrime. 

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    13April 2021

    This virtual track 1.5 consultation between the European Union and African partners explored what concrete initiatives and actions the EU and Africa could develop in order to strengthen their cooperation in cyberspace while building better partnerships at national, regional and multilateral levels.

  • 26March 2021

    In this new miniseries we look at past expectations that turned out to be untrue and try to learn from past mistakes.

  • 05November 2020

    Daniel Fiott served as a panel speaker at an expert workshop organised by the European Commission.

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    05November 2020

    Daniel Fiott delivered a presentation on hybrid threats and critical infrastructure protection at an informal meeting of the Horizontal Working Paper on Enhancing Resilience and Countering Hybrid Threats.

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    22September 2020

    Daniel Fiott served as a panel speaker at an EU Military Staff 'Concept Development and Experimentation Seminar' focusing on climate change and defence.

  • 14September 2020

    The EUISS, together with the EEAS, European Commission, European Cybercrime Center and EU Agency for Cybersecurity - ENISA, hosted the second edition of the EU Cyber Forum.

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