European Institute for International Law and International Relations

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European Institute for International Law and International Relations
Logo of the EIIR.jpg
AbbreviationEIIR
MottoEnhancing International Law to make Peace in International Community.
Formation2008; 12 years ago (2008)
TypeInternational Relations policy institute
PurposeAims at conducting peace research also intended to function as a platform to promote non-violent conflict resolution in different areas of the world.
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President
Mahmoud Refaat
Websitewww.eiir.eu

The European Institute for International Law and International Relations (EIIR) in French (L'Institut Européen de Droit International et de Relations Internationales) is an independent policy institute and N.P. organisation which represents a center dedicated to studies and research on international law, international relations, strategic topics and social life. The EIIR is a laboratory for strategic studies to combine both legal and strategic studies in the same frame. The institute provides a forum in Europe, annually hosting events, debates, and negotiations.

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The European Institute for International Law and International Relations (EIIR) is an independent, international not-for-profit think tank dedicated to managing risk and building resilience to promote peace, security, and sustainable development.

The European Institute for International Law and International Relations was founded in 2008 by Mahmoud Refaat in Paris and Brussels and since 2011 London and Geneva as a think tank and policy institute. The Institute is administrated by members of boards consisted of ex-politicians, ambassador and professors of political science, international law, international relations, economy, etc.

The main focuses of the EIIR are international law, international relations, human rights, international security, international conflict and military balance.

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The European Institute for International Law and International Relations (EIIR) is dedicated to manage risk and building resilience to promote peace, security, and sustainable development. To achieve its purpose, (EIIR) employs a mix of policy research, strategic analysis, publishing, and convening. With staff from more than twenty countries and a broad range of academic fields, EIIR has offices facing European Union headquarters in Brussels and offices in Paris and Geneva. Moreover its academic nature, The European Institute for International Law and International Relations achieves physical activities in areas of conflict in different parts of the world to put an end to civil conflicts, war and to sue war criminals in front of international justice. In recent years the work of the institute has been focused on peace and developments in the Middle East and North Africa region, the development of an EU-Foreign and Security Policy, International Security, also – on a smaller range – on specific topics in Latin America and Africa. The European Institute for International Law and International Relations (EIIR) gives Special attention also to the future development of NATO and OSCE as well as the integration of Brazil, Russia, India and China into a new world order, without the use of violence.

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