The EUISS is the EU’s foreign policy think tank.
It was set up in 2002 under the Union's common foreign and security policy (CFSP) to promote a common security culture for the EU, help develop and project the CFSP, and enrich the strategic debate.
The Institute is funded by EU countries, according to a GNP-based cost-sharing formula, and governed by:
The Institute issues several kinds of publication for the international strategic community. Subscribe to the EUISS email alert to be informed of new publications.
EUISS events are intended to enhance the EU’s analytical capacity and promote a network of expertise in support of the EU’s foreign and security policy. They bring together decision-makers, EU officials, academics, national experts, and NGO representatives from all over the world.
EUISS Research Fellows regularly provide expert commentary to both print and broadcast media on key EU foreign policy and security issues. For details of EUISS areas of expertise, please see the Research Fellow pages or the Director’s page.