2 August 2018

EUISS Yearbook of European Security (YES) 2018

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This YES edi­tion re­views the ac­tors, poli­cies and in­sti­tu­tions that un­der­pinned the EU’s for­eign and se­cu­rity poli­cies in 2017. These in­clude de­tails about the or­ga­ni­za­tional as­pects of the Eu­ro­pean Ex­ter­nal Ac­tion Ser­vice (EEAS), EU part­ners, re­stric­tive mea­sures, ge­o­graphic in­stru­ments, CSDP mis­sions and op­er­a­tions, EU agen­cies and bod­ies and the Eu­ro­pean De­fence Tech­no­log­i­cal and In­dus­trial Base. The vol­ume also pro­vides: 1) an overview of the work pro­grams of the pres­i­den­cies of the Coun­cil of the EU as they re­late to for­eign, se­cu­rity and de­fense pol­icy; 2) nar­ra­tives of the EU’s en­gage­ment with se­lect coun­tries and re­gions in its south­ern and east­ern neigh­bor­hoods and the wider world; 3) an overview of new EU de­fense ini­tia­tives such as Per­ma­nent Struc­tured Co­op­er­a­tion; 4) a re­view of Eu­ro­pean se­cu­rity in light of cy­ber­se­cu­rity, and more.

Author Daniel Fiott, Jakob Bund
Series EUISS Books
Copyright © 2018 Eu­ro­pean Union In­sti­tute for Se­cu­rity Stud­ies (EUISS)

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