Austrian Institute for European Security Policy
|Austrian Institute for European Security Policy|
|founded in the year||1996|
|address||Schlossgasse 6 A-2344 Maria Enzersdorf|
|Networks||European Ideas Network (EIN)|
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German: Austria Institut für Europa und Sicherheitspolitik / AIES
»The Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy / AIES is a private non-partisan research institute established in September 1996. The institute was founded by Austrian security experts as well as individuals involved in politics, economics and academia. As a research institute and think tank the AIES contributes to the enhancement of the knowledge and awareness of European and international policies and security issues in Austria.«
Organizational Structure and Funding
Schlossgasse 6 A-2344 Maria Enzersdorf
People working for the Think Tank (Fellows etc.). This includes also part-time employees.
- Werner Fasslabend, AIES Präsident
- Patrick Meyer, AIES Online-Redaktion
- Arnold Kammel, AIES Direktor
- Klemens H. Fischer, AIES Vice-President International Relations and Research
- Erich Hochleitner, AIES Gründungsdirektor
Experts are not permanently employed at the Think Tank. They are paid for contract research when their expertise is needed. Some Think Tanks call a database of hundred or even more experts their own.
- Franz Cede, AIES Senior Advisor
- Herbert Traxl, AIES Senior Advisor
- Alexander Klimburg, AIES Associate Fellow
- Csaba Törő, AIES Associate Fellow
- Sofia Maria Satanakis, AIES Research Fellow
- Manfred Scheich, AIES Senior Advisor
- Velina Tchakarova, AIES Senior Research Fellow
- Stanley R. Sloan, AIES Associate Fellow
- Stefanie Felsberger, AIES Associate Fellow
- Sven Biscop, AIES Associate Fellow
- David Jaklin, AIES Research Fellow
- Christian Leuprecht, AIES Associate Fellow
We used the DGs of the EU to generate a basic list of topics. This list is going to be steadily extended. However we try to preserve a persistent list of topics.
The EIN presents an old url to the website of AIES changed a long time ago indicating a possible unreliability of its member list.