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Russian military presence in the Eastern Partnership Countries

04-07-2016

The workshop was organized on June 15, 2016 at the initiative of the Subcommittee on Security and Defence (SEDE) with the aim of assessing the quantitative and qualitative parameters of Russian military presence in the Eastern Partnership Countries, and its implications for European security. Dr. Anna Maria Dyner, Analyst with the Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM) and Coordinator of PISM’s Eastern European Programme, covered Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine. Dr. Gaïdz Minassian, Senior ...

The workshop was organized on June 15, 2016 at the initiative of the Subcommittee on Security and Defence (SEDE) with the aim of assessing the quantitative and qualitative parameters of Russian military presence in the Eastern Partnership Countries, and its implications for European security. Dr. Anna Maria Dyner, Analyst with the Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM) and Coordinator of PISM’s Eastern European Programme, covered Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine. Dr. Gaïdz Minassian, Senior Lecturer at Sciences Po Paris and Associate Research Fellow at the French Fondation pour la Recherche stratégique, covered Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan.

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Isabelle FACON, Fondation pour la recherche stratégique, (FRS), France

United States and Syria: Strained credibility

15-01-2016

The United States' strategy in Syria has evolved over the five years of the conflict. Currently, the US aim is for a political solution to the civil war, seen as a precondition for the defeat of the ISIL/Da'esh terrorist group. Despite significant US military and diplomatic action, the effectiveness of the US strategy towards Syria and its implementation is widely criticised.

The United States' strategy in Syria has evolved over the five years of the conflict. Currently, the US aim is for a political solution to the civil war, seen as a precondition for the defeat of the ISIL/Da'esh terrorist group. Despite significant US military and diplomatic action, the effectiveness of the US strategy towards Syria and its implementation is widely criticised.

Consolidating Civilian and Military Training for Crisis Management : Taking Stock of EU Initiatives

13-04-2010

The implementation of the Treaty of Lisbon – including the new post of the High Representative of the Union for Foreign and Security Policy and the creation of the European External Action Service (EEAS) – provides an opportunity for more effective action at the international level and for meeting the foreign policy objectives fixed in Article 21 of the Treaty. Training measures should be included in the current reform efforts for several good reasons: training builds the knowledge, experience and ...

The implementation of the Treaty of Lisbon – including the new post of the High Representative of the Union for Foreign and Security Policy and the creation of the European External Action Service (EEAS) – provides an opportunity for more effective action at the international level and for meeting the foreign policy objectives fixed in Article 21 of the Treaty. Training measures should be included in the current reform efforts for several good reasons: training builds the knowledge, experience and understanding of those involved in external relations at different levels; it creates the networks for the day-to-day tasks; it establishes working relations between national training institutes and EU institutions; it provides synergies and economies of scale within the EU; it might, in the long-run contribute to the development of a common strategic culture of the Union as envisioned in the European Security Strategy. This standard briefing focuses on the aspect of civil and military training for crisis management. It mainly analyses and evaluates two training initiatives: the European Group on Training (EGT) and the European Security and Defence College (ESDC). The author has been asked by the European Parliament (EP) to ‘take stock on these two parallel initiatives’ and to ‘put forward options for improving coordination and gradual integration’. The structure of the paper reflects this two-step-approach. The analysis has been conducted on the basis of documents, expert interviews and related literature.

Extern avdelning

Julia LIEB (German Institute for International and Security Affairs, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, SWP)

Euro-Interoperability: The Effective Military Interoperability of European Armed Forces

21-11-2007

Extern avdelning

Yves Boyer and Julian Lindley-French

Kommande evenemang

20-01-2021
EPRS online policy roundtable with the World Bank: Where next for the global economy
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