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(52.) As argued by Jakob Bund and Patryk Pawlak, "The EU's position as a norm-maker in other policy areas--notably on privacy and data protection--demonstrates its potential when it is more proactively involved." See, Jakob Bund and Patryk Pawlak, "Minilateralism and Norms in Cyberspace," EUISS, (September 25, 2017), retrieved from, p.
Authoritarianism and EU Stabilitocracy, Balkans in Europe Policy Advisory Group, March 2017; Tzveta Dryanovska, "Illiberalism in the Western Balkans?", EUISS, Alert Issue, No.7, June 2017.
The EUISS' Ms Gaub wrote: "While it is true that terrorism as a phenomenon is on the rise (the numbers of its victims rose by 80% between 2013 and 2014), the majority of attacks (and fatalities) occurred in non-European countries.
"Sadaqa (private donations) constitute one of ISIL's main sources of revenue, and its supporters around the world have allegedly used digital currencies such as Bitcoin to transfer money quickly to accounts held by ISIL militants while minimizing the risk of detection," wrote EUISS junior analyst Beatrice Berton, referring to IS by an alternate acronoym.
According to EUISS, the Italian navy has picked up about 108,000 refugees from its waters this year alone.
Samokhvalov, V 2007, .Relations in the Russia--Ukraine--EU triangle: zero sum game or not?' EUISS, Occasional Papers, no.68 < >.
'We should be more concerned with democracy than Islamists,' said Alvaro de Vasconcelos, Director of the EU Institute for Security Studies (EUISS), which organised the conference in Washington on 27/28 October.
(Paris: EUISS, 2006),
"The new global power line-up for 2010 also predicted that New Delhi's clout in the world will further rise by 2025," as per 'Global Governance 2025' jointly issued by the National Intelligence Council (NIC) of the US and the European Union's Institute for Security Studies (EUISS).
(59) Marc Weller, Negotiating the Final Status of Kosovo, Chaillot Paper 114 (Paris: EUISS, 2008), p.
(29.) See, for example, US National Intelligence Council, Global Trends 2025: A Transformed World, NIC 2008-003 (Washington, DC: GPO, November 2008),; and EU Institute for Security Studies, The New Global Puzzle: What World for the EU in 2025 (Paris: EUISS, 2006), NGP_01.pdf.