The research line “Eurasia” deals with the security and defence issues of the region stretching from Europe’s eastern neighbourhood to the Far East. The CSDS’ interests include the Balkans, the Caucasus, Ukraine and Russia as well as South Asia (in particular Afghanistan, India and Pakistan), East Asia (China and Japan), but also other regions such as Central Asia and South-East Asia. The CSDS pays a particular attention to Russia’s foreign and defence policy as well as China’s emergence on the global scene.

Researcher : Nicolas GOSSET

China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and the security dimension of EU-China connectivity

Rising Russian and Chinese Presence in Africa

La lutte euro-atlantique contre la désinformation : état des lieux et défis à relever pour la Belgique


Related publications:

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Ressources et enjeux stratégiques dans l’Arctique. Un retour de la géopolitique ?Nicolas GOSSET, Security & Strategy 145, February 2021

CHINA – Systemic Rival, Economic Competitor, and Negotiating Partner?, Focus Paper Special Issue, October 2020

Le « retour » de la Russie en Afrique subsaharienne : sécurité et défense au service de la politique étrangère de Vladimir Poutine, Amandine DUSOULIER, Focus Paper 39, July 2019

Le partenariat russo-chinois à l’heure Trump : un nouvel ordre mondial illibéral en formation?Nicolas GOSSET, Security & Strategy 141, February 2019

Présences chinoise et russe en Afrique : différences, convergences, conséquences, Eleftheris VIGNE, Focus Paper 37, July 2018

Dans les pas de l’« Autre géant ». Évolutions contemporaines de la politique de défense et de sécurité de l’IndeNicolas GOSSET, Security & Strategy 135, January 2018

Russia-EU Relations: An Era of Sanction Policy and International (Dis)order, Maarten TOELEN, Focus Paper 36, January 2017

Confronting Threats from the Political-Criminal Nexus in Greater Central Eurasia: Implications for operations and future armed conflicts, Nicolas GOSSET, Security & Strategy 128, December 2016

Crise russo-ukrainienne. Conséquences sur les politiques de défense OTAN, UE et de défense nationaleAndré DUMOULIN, Security & Strategy 125, June 2016

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China’s New Naval Power: A Challenge to the Freedom of Navigation in Asia-Pacific?, Evening conference, 25 March 2021

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