Under the European Parliament’s Framework Contract that TEPSA won in 2009, TEPSA was requested to provide expertise to the Budgetary, Foreign Affairs and Security and Defence Committees to write a study on:
Workshop on The EU and China: Strategic partners or global rivals?
This workshop took place on 21 June 2012 at the European Parliament in Brussels. The final report of this workshop is available here.
Study and workshop on the Assessment of the EU’s approach to Security Sector Reform
This study has been lately requested and is currently elaborated by Eva Gross, Senior Research Fellow for European Foreign and Security Policy, EGE – IES – Vrije Universiteit Brussel. The final version of the study will be delivered on the 5 December 2012. The workshop will take place on the 28 November 2012. The experts taking part in the workshop are the following: Andebrhan Welde Giorgis (VUB University), Joachim Koops (Vesalius College & Institute for European Studies VUB Univeristy), Alexandra Dias (Institute Centro de Estudos Africanos – University of Lisbon), Andre Kalhmeyer (Fragility & Crisis Management Channel Research).
Study and workshop on the Maritime Dimension of the Common Foreign and Security Policy
This study has been lately requested and is currently elaborated by researchers from the Finnish Institute of International Affairs: Mika Aaltola, Timo Behr, Mikael Mattlin and Charly Salonius-Pasternak and by researchers from the Swedish Institute of International Affairs: Erik Brattberg, Harri Mikkola and Mark Rinhard. Andreas Raspotnik, EXACT Marie Curie researcher, under the Marie Curie Integrated Training Network on EU External Action (EXACT), University of Cologne is also taking part in the elaboration of the study on the Great North issue. The final version of the study should delivered by 3 January 2012. The workshop will take place on the 27 November 2012. The experts taking part in the workshop are the following: Mika Aaltola, Erik Brattberg, and Basil Germond from the Lancaster University.
Study on the assessment of the effectiveness of the EU strategy in the Horn of Africa
This study has been elaborated by Alex Vines, OBE, Research Director at Chatham House and Ahmed Soliman, Research Assistant at Chatham House. The final version of the study is available here.