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Converging and conflicting ethical values in the internal/external security in continuum in Europe.

A research project funded by the European Union.
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 Situated in the nexus between academia, business and the public sector, the Center for European and Policy Studies (CEPS) performs a unique role as an independent analyst and critic of European policy. CEPS’ core business is the conduct of policy research on European affairs and the broad dissemination of its findings through a regular flow of publications, public events and electronic commentary. It strives to bring new knowledge to the attention of decision-makers and to offer fresh insights into important public policy issues of the day. Since its founding in 1983, CEPS has acquired a solid reputation for integrity and excellence in research. CEPS has amply demonstrated its ability to anticipate trends and to analyse policy questions well before they become topics of general discussion. Its resourceful research staff is keenly aware of the continuous need to engage the outside world in active debate as both a monitor and a sounding board of their work. This constant interaction is an essential source of strength in CEPS’ work and a validation of its relevance. CEPS is an independent membership-driven organisation with more than 100 corporate members and a large number of central banks, diplomatic missions and international business organisations in its constituency. The members make important contributions to its work. Its heterogeneous membership and funding structure makes CEPS a unique institution and provides fertile ground for developing new ideas. CEPS has consolidated its work programme into two broad policy areas, Economic Policy and Politics, Institutions and Security. Within these two areas, a multitude of inter-disciplinary and interrelated programmes have been or are being launched.