Politics on Point - The Security Podcast to Go.
For over 20 years (est. 1996), the Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy (AIES) is researching on various issues regarding the European Union and the European Integration Process.
In doing so, the focus lies on European Security and Defence Policy with regards to the European Neighbourhood Policy, transatlantic relations as well as the Austrian Foreign-, European and Security Policy.
The AIES is not only doing research on these subject areas, but also provides demand-oriented analysis and recommendations for contract partners. It is also organizing internal workshops, training courses and public discussions. In the course of this interdisciplinary work the AIES team of experts is using a network of research, political, economic, social and military institutions, facilities of the civil society, the media as well as international organisations.
12. The Global Order
In the fourth episode of the special series on US-Europe relations, AIES Director Velina Tchakarova talked to Dr. Andrew Michta, Dean of the College of International and Security Studies at the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies, about the global order and transatlantic cooperation in the face of challenges posed by China and Russia.
11. The Importance of US-EU Climate Diplomacy
In the third episode of the special series on US-Europe relations, AIES project manager Katrin Süss talks to Nathaniel O. Keohane, President of the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES), about Climate Diplomacy and the role that the US and Europe have to play in the international effort against climate change.
10. The Future of NATO
In the second episode of the special series on US-Europe relations, Christoph Schwarz, Research Fellow at the AIES, talks to Rachel Rizzo, Director of Programs at the Truman Center, on how NATO is living up to the internal and external challenges that the Alliance is facing in the 21st century.
9. Biden's First 100 Days
In the first episode of the special series on US-Europe relations, AIES president Dr. Werner Fasslabend is in a conversation with the author, professor, and scholar Stanley R. Sloan about the first hundred days of the Biden administration. Sloan, expert on transatlantic relations and US foreign policy, shares his insights about the possible implications of President Joe Biden for the US, Europe, and the world at large.
8. Cyber-Security Exercises
In this episode, Julia Schuetze and Rebecca Beigel from the Berlin-based think tank Stiftung Neue Verantwortung (SNV) join AIES deputy director Michael Zinkanell in a discussion about the relevance and benefits of cyber-security exercises in effectively countering threats in this domain.
7. The Shift in Turkey's Foreign Policy
In the seventh episode of the AIES Politics on Point Podcast, AIES Senior Research Fellow Sofia-Maria Satanakis and AIES Project Coordinator Katrin Süss share their findings about the shift in Turkey's Foreign Policy based on their recent publication on this matter.