Non-Resident Research Fellow
Emmet Tuohy is senior research fellow at the Estonian Center for Eastern Partnership (ECEAP), an institution founded by the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Estonian School of Diplomacy, where he focuses on political/strategic dynamics in the EaP countries, especially Ukraine and Moldova, as well as on the security and energy dimensions of the EU's Eastern Partnership program itself. Before moving to ECEAP, Tuohy served as research fellow at ICDS - where he continues to contribute on a non-resident basis - and as associate director of the Center for Eurasian Policy at the Hudson Institute. The author of numerous articles, research papers, and monographs, Tuohy is a frequent speaker and lecturer at conferences and educational institutions throughout Europe and regularly appears in both Estonian and international media. A fluent speaker of several regional languages, Tuohy is a graduate of the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University in Washington, DC.
21 March 2018
The Geopolitics of Power Grids: Political and Security Aspects of Baltic Synchronization
In 2015, the Baltic states declared their intent to withdraw from the BRELL agreement and desynchronize their power grids from the IPS/UPS synchronous...
6 November 2017
Cyber Threats and Their Consequences: The Examples of Georgia and Ukraine
On Monday November 6 2017, the International Centre for Defence and Security (ICDS) and Estonian Center of Eastern Partnership (ECEAP) hosted a public...
21 September 2017
News Audio and Video
The EU's Energy Security Future Lies in Unity
In a wide-ranging interview on Polish radio station Wnet's Poranka (Morning) program on September 19, non-resident research fellow Emmet Tuohy ...
16 May 2017
Emmet Tuohy Participated in the Riga Dialogue 2017
On May 15-16, non-resident research fellow Emmet Tuohy participated in the Riga Dialogue 2017, an off-the-record high-level roundtable debate...
13 May 2017
Desynch or Sink: A Political Analysis of Baltic Electricity Desynchronization
The electricity grids of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are still synchronised with Russia and Belarus in the framework of the so-called BRELL...
16 November 2016
Orphaned Victory: Trump Heads to the White House
As the saying goes, victory has a thousand fathers, but defeat is an orphan. In the case of Donald J. Trump’s election Tuesday as the 45th president...
29 April 2016
Estonia’s Developing Level Playing Field for Critical Energy Infrastructure Protectors - a Model for Broader Scale Platforms?
Critical energy infrastructure is an attractive and vulnerable target for cyber attacks. Supervisory control and data acquisition systems (SCADA) and...
24 March 2016
Impacts of Climate Policy on Estonian Energy Security
ICDS researchers took a close look at the Estonia’s energy security, current challenges it faces to meet the climate targets and possible outcomes of...
3 December 2015
ICDS Co-organized the Conference "Highway or Stairway: The Path Ahead for the Eastern Partnership" in Tallinn, Estonia
The conference "Highway or Stairway: The Path Ahead for the Eastern Partnership" was held on December 3 in Tallinn jointly organized by the Estonian...