Release of ENC Report: Threats to Stability in Wider Europe – Expert and Academic Analysis

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The European Neighbourhood Council (ENC) has published a report entitled “Threats to Stability in Wider Europe – Expert and Academic Analysis” (part of the ENC Perspectives Publications), which includes academic contributions and policy recommendations from eight analysts from across the wider European neighbourhood and Central Asia. The publication focus specifically on the areas of importance in terms of EU and Member State security interests, threats and cooperative conflict resolution opportunities across wider Europe, ranging from the Middle East, European neighbourhood and Central Asia.

The publications brings together eight in-depth research articles by leading regional academics and experts with a range of long-standing and international perspectives, new ideas and government experience.

ENC Academic Conference

On the 7th of July 2017, the report was officially launched at an academic conference organised at the European Institute of Peace (EIP) in Brussels. The articles were presented on two panels moderated by Professor Bruno de Cordier from Ghent University and Associate Professor Maria Raquel Freire from University of Coimbra. A summary from the event will be available at our website shortly.

The full ENC report can be downloaded free of charge on this page.

pdfThreats to Stability in Wider Europe