This multi-author publication, edited by Álvaro de Vasconcelos, presents EUISS forecasts and perspectiveson the European Union’s foreign policy strategy in the post-Lisbon Treaty context. A comprehensive rangeof topics affecting EU foreign policy are analysed by the EUISS research team as well as several externalcontributors. The geographical topics covered include: Afghanistan, Pakistan and India (Luis Peral); Africa(Damien Helly); the Balkans (Jacques Rupnik); Brazil (Paulo Wrobel); China (Nicola Casarini); Iran (Rouz-beh Parsi); the Middle East (Esra Bulut); Russia and the Eastern Neighbourhood (Sabine Fischer) and EUpolicy in the Mediterranean (Erwan Lannon). Broader questions as they impact on EU foreign policy that areexamined in this report include: the values and principles that should guide the EU’s external action (Álvarode Vasconcelos); CSDP (Daniel Keohane); global governance (Giovanni Grevi); institutional coherence after the
Lisbon Treaty (Damien Helly); effective multilateralism and regional issues, international peace (LuisPeral); transatlantic relations and the EU’s strategic partnerships (Marcin Zaborowski); disarmament andnon-proliferation (Jean Pascal Zanders) and climate change (Juha Jokela).
Institute for Security StudiesEuropean Union43 avenue du Président Wilson 75775 Paris cedex 16tel.: +33 (0)1 56 89 19 30fax: +33 (0)1 56 89 19 firstname.lastname@example.org://www.iss.europa.euDirector: Álvaro de Vasconcelos© EU Institute for Security Studies 2010. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, storedin a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise without the prior permission of the EU Institute for Security Studies.ISSN 1830-9747Published by the EU Institute for Security Studies and printed in Condé-sur-Noireau (France) by Corlet Imprimeur.Graphic design by Metropolis, Lisbon.