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European Union Institute for Security Studies


The European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) is a Paris-based agency of the European Union, operating under the EU's second pillar, the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP). Its goals are to find a common security culture for the EU, to help develop and project the CFSP, and to enrich Europe’s strategic debate.

Additional Materials from European Union Institute for Security Studies: Working Papers | Policy Briefs


Title: The Agenda for the EU-US strategic partnership
Authors: Álvaro de Vasconcelos (ed)
Date: October 2011

Title: EU Security and Defence Policy: The first five years (1999-2004)
Authors: Martti Ahtisaari, Michel Barnier, Jean Betermier, Carl Bildt, Elmar Brok, Robert Cooper, Judy Dempsy, Lamberto Dini, Jean-Louis Gergorin, Nicole Gnesotto, Philip H. Gordon, Norbert Gresch, Jean-Yves Haine, Gustav Lindstrom, Antonio Missiroli, Alberto Navarro, Martin Ortega, Ferdinando Riccardi, Alexander Rondos, Buckard Schmitt, Rainer Schuwirth, Javier Solana, Theo Sommer, Laurent Zecchini
Date: August 2004

Title: European defence: A proposal for a White Paper: Report of an independent Task Force
Authors: Rob de Wijk, Andre Dumoulin, Jan Foghelin, Nicole Gnesotto, Jean-Yves Haine, Francois Heisbourg, William Hopkinson, Marc Otte, Thomas Ries, Lothar Ruhl, Stefano Silvestri, Hans-Bernhard Weisserth
Date: May 2004

Title: Shift or Rift: Assessing US-EU relationships after Iraq
Authors: Patrick Clawson, Ivo Daalder, Nicole Gnesotto, David Gompert, Jean-Yves Haine, Stanley Hoffman, Brian Jenkins, James Lindsay, Gustav Lindstrom, Antonio Missiroli, Martin Ortega, Daniel Serwer, Dimitrios Triantaphyllou
Date: November 2003