with Istituto Affari Internazionali
The EUGS Watch project – launched by the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) and Istituto Affari Internazionali – aims at critically assessing how the goals included in the Strategy are translating into action.
Progress in the implementation of the five EUGS priorities (Security of our Union; State and Societal Resilience; An Integrated Approach to Conflicts and Crises; Cooperative Regional Orders; Global Governance for the 21st Century) and their related initiatives will be assessed quarterly through analyses at the institutional, political, and operational level.
The EUGS Watch issues will be published online both by IAI and FEPS. The project will end in the spring of 2019. A final policy paper with a list of policy recommendations in view of the next European Parliament election will be presented in a public conference to be held in Brussels.
Revamping CSDP Partnerships in the Shadow of Brexit. By Nicole Koenig
Supporting global governance: A rules-based approach for a post- liberal order? By Hylke Dijkstra
The EUGS and Russian hybrid warfare: effective implementation but insufficient results. By Maria Giulia Amadio Vicer
Toward the New Multiannual Financial Framework: Fuel for the EU Global Strategy and Development Cooperation? By Bernardo Venturi
The EU and NATO: A Partnership with a Glass Ceiling. By Nicole Koenig
Is the EU lost at sea? The EUGS and the implementation of a joined-up approach to migration. By Maria Giulia Amadio Viceré
The EU Global Strategy and the MENA Region: In Search of Resilience. By Andrea Dessì
Beyond the Civilian Compact: Why we need to talk about civilian capabilities. By Hylke Dijkstra
Happy Birthday to the EUGS? The EU and the Western Balkans two years on. By Maria Giulia Amadio Viceré
Security and Defence: A Glass Half Full. By Nicole Koenig
Implementing the integrated approach: Investing in other international organisations. By Hylke Dijkstra
A joined-up Union in counterterrorism and public diplomacy: Let’s stay on the right track! By Lorenzo Vai