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Upcoming European security conferences & exhibits (19/02/2018)

Here are some upcoming events related to European civil security we think readers should be aware of:

Domestic Determinants of Foreign Policy in the United States and the European Union
February 19, 2018, Brussels, Belgium

Border Security 2018
21-22 February 2018, Rome, Italy

Relocation and refugee quotas: What way forward?
February 22, 2018, Brussles, Belgium

Terrorism and the City
February 22, 2018, Brussels, Belgium

First Formal Meeting of the CSIRTs Network
23 February 2018, Sliema, Malta

Munich Satellite Navigation Summit
5-7 March 2018, Munich, Germany

10th Community of Users Plenary and Thematic Workshops
5-8 March 2018, Brussels, Belgium

European Migration Forum
6-7 March 2018, Brussels, Belgium

4th Annual European Data Economy Conference
22 March 2018, Brussels, Belgum

Two years after the Brussels attacks: The challenges of jihadist radicalization in Europe and beyond
March 22, 2018, Brussels, Belgium

9th Annual Internet of Things European Summit
15-16 May, Brussels, Belgum

Toulouse Space Show
26-28 June 2018, Toulouse, France

Farnborough International Airshow
16-22 July 2018, Farnborough, United Kingdom

Fundamental Rights Forum 2018
25-27 September 2018, Vienna, Austria

ICT 2018
4-6 December 2018, Vienna, Austria

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