Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy
Austria Institut für Europa und Sicherheitspolitik (AIES)
Sep 1996, as Austrian Institute for European Security Policy (AIES) -- Österreichisches Institut für Europäische Sicherheitspolitik (ÖIES).
As a think tank, enhance knowledge and awareness of, and conduct research and policy analysis on, European and international security issues in Austria, mainly: political and institutional development of the EU, the EU constitution and EU enlargement; Common Foreign and Security Policy and European Security and Defense Policy; military and non-military crisis management; European armaments policy; EU neighbourhood and Mediterranean policy; Euro-Atlantic relations; NATO's transformation and its new security role; evolution of the security environment, including risks and threats; organizes seminars, conferences and expert round-table discussions; provide publications.
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