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Der anfälligste Bestandteil einer Software ist der Mensch

19.11.2021|

(Rückblick auf die Veranstaltung „Cybercrime, die neue Pandemie-ist die Bekämpfung chancenlos?“  in der Diplomatischen Akademie am Mittwoch, 17.11.2021)  von Wolfgang Geißler  „Jetzt ist schon wieder was passiert!“ So beginnen die bekannten Brenner - Kriminalromane von Wolf Haas, was mir diesmal treffend als Einleitung dienen darf. Rund 18 Stunden sind ... Weiterlesen >

Und ’s is Alles nit wahr.

15.11.2021|

(Rückblick auf die Veranstaltung im House of Scotland am Freitag, 12.11.2021) Von Wolfgang Geißler Die Begrüßung war schon herzlich. Die Lokalität, Fleischmarkt Nummer 18, gegenüber dem alten Griechenbeisl im ersten Bezirk,  ist das diesjährige, temporäre Zuhause Peter Bichlers „House of Scotland“. „House of Scotland“ steht für traditionelle britische Mode, ... Weiterlesen >

Nach 150 Jahren immer noch stark

05.11.2021|

Ein Aufsatz über Wilhelm Jungmann & Neffe, Kaiserlich und Königliche Hof- und Kammerlieferanten Mittwoch, 3.11.2021 von Wolfgang Geißler Betritt man das Geschäft von Wilhelm Jungmann & Neffe am Albertinaplatz, so fühlt man sich sofort in eine vergangene Ära versetzt. Kein Wunder, denn das Unternehmen für Stoffe und Accessoires besteht ... Weiterlesen >

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ABS Policy Paper No. 26

02.11.2021|


Crime, justice & security co-operation with the EU after Brexit

Written by SENIOR EUROPEAN EXPERTS ,London ( abbreviated by Alexander Christiani)

Introduction

Since the 1990s there has been a noticeable increase in cross-border crime, terrorism and people trafficking.  Whilst definitions vary, law enforcement agencies across the world have identified substantial increases in international crime following the end of the Cold War, the global increase in trade and the development of new technology which facilitates criminal activity. 1

The EU has developed increasingly sophisticated policy measures in response to the change in the threat level, very often at the urging of the … Weiterlesen >

ABS POLICY PAPER No. 25

12.08.2021|

Reflections on the Brexit anniversary Written by Colin Munro Summary Three days after the referendum Boris Johnson (BJ), leader of Vote Leave, wrote in the Daily Telegraph: British people will still be able to go and work in the EU, to live, to travel, to study, ... Weiterlesen >

ABS POLICY PAPER No. 24

15.03.2021|

Is Brexit Done?! Written by Colin Munro Summary From a British (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland) perspective, Brexit will not only make the country poorer and less secure, it may also accelerate the breakup of a hitherto exceptionally successful multinational state. However, neither ... Weiterlesen >

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South Africa at its best

23.11.2021|

Ambassadorial Experiences | Part 3 BY ALEXANDER CHRISTIANI During my time in South Africa, I once visited a doctor's office in Capetown.There, the registration necessitated to fill out a rather comprehensive form. A few days later a lady from the doctor's office called and the following conversation ensued: ... Weiterlesen >

Give something back

13.10.2021|

Diplomatic lessons, Vienna 2016-2021 by former Ambassador Leigh Turner This blog article is republished without modifications from https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/diplomatic-lessons-11-vienna-2016-21-give-something-back-turner-cmg/ by courtesy of the author. When I was appointed as a junior diplomat to Vienna in September 1984, my letter of appointment, signed by Her Majesty the Queen and Foreign ... Weiterlesen >

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Another #AustroBritishSociety blog article has been published! Wolfgang Geissler wrote about "Is Britain drifting towards an authoritarian pseudo parliamentarian illiberal democracy?" Enjoy reading! ... See more

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In der Tageszeitung KURIER erschien ein Fachkommentar zur aktuellen Situation in UK von unserem ABS Boardmember Prof. Dr. Melanie Sully. ... See more