The European Initiative for Security Studies (EISS) is a Europe-wide multidisciplinary network of scholars that share the goal of consolidating security studies in Europe.
Specifically, the aims of the EISS are two-fold:
To develop and sustain a Europe-wide network in the field of security studies. This gives visibility to the range of individual and collective research projects that are currently underway in Europe and beyond
To establish a forum for the exchange of ideas in order to foster new joint research projects and develop international research partnerships.
The EISS has three main characteristics:
It is (1) thematically-driven and open to all theoretical approaches, (2) multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary, and (3) geographically inclusive.
We welcome contributions on both so-called ‘traditional’ and ‘non-traditional’ security issues, in a large range of themes.
History, political science, law, philosophy, economics, psychology, sociology, etc.
A Europe-wide network of scholars that share the goal of consolidating security studies. Each year, the EISS conference is organized on a rotational basis in a different European country.
Thereby, the ambition of the EISS is:
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