Que peut faire l’Europe pour établir la paix en Syrie ?

Français - Events - MENA - 22 September 2017

Podcast du Black Coffee Morning « Que peut faire l’Europe pour établir la paix en Syrie ? » du 22/09/2017 animé par Julien Barnes-Dacey, Senior Policy Fellow à l’ECFR, Michel Duclos, conseiller spécial de l’Institut Montaigne, et Manuel Lafont Rapnouil, directeur du bureau de Paris de l’ECFR.

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Debriefing the U.N. General Assembly with Richard Gowan

Mark Leonard's World in 30 minutes - English - European Power - 21 September 2017

ECFR’s director Mark Leonard talks with ECFR’s U.N. expert Richard Gowan among other things about Trump and Macron's addresses at the UNGA, the Korean nuclear crisis, the Iran deal and the Syrian peace process.

The podcast was recorded on 21st September 2017.

Bookshelf:
John Le Carré, A Legacy of Spies
Hillary Clinton, What Happened
Zygmunt Bauman, Retrotopia

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Europe in the German Elections

Mark Leonard's World in 30 minutes - English - European Power - Politics & Cohesion - 19 September 2017

ECFR’s director Mark Leonard talks with the head of ECFR’s Berlin Office Josef Janning and ECFR's policy fellow Ulrike Franke about the upcoming federal elections in Germany, the parties that are in the running to form a government and the implications for European and foreign policy.

The podcast was recorded on 18th September 2017.

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SOTEU: A vision for the Future of Europe

Mark Leonard's World in 30 minutes - English - 13 September 2017

ECFR’s Policy Fellow Ulrike Franke talks with ECFR’s Director Mark Leonard about Jean-Claude Juncker’s State of the Union and Juncker’s – and Mark’s – vision for the future of the EU and Europe.

The podcast was recorded on 13rd September 2017.

Bookshelf:
Mark Leonard, L’Europe qui protège,
Mark Leonard, Why Europe will rule the 21st Century 

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ECFR Discussion: Energy policy: price of security and security of prices

English - Events - European Power - London office - 08 September 2017

Recent dramatic changes in the international and European energy landscape –deteriorating EU-Russia relations, an increasingly ‘energy-dominant’ US, the Qatar crisis, and energy market volatility – once again throw the security of UK and European energy supply into the spotlight. Central Europe has been at the crossroads of many of these crises and learned to adapt its strategies. What lessons can the UK draw from experiences in Central Europe?

With:
Wojciech Jakóbik, Analyst and Editor-in-Chief, BiznesAlert.com
Dr Chi-Kong Chyong, Research Associate and Director of Energy Policy Forum, University of Cambridge
Chaired by: Jeremy Shapiro, Research Director, ECFR

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L'Europe qui protège

Français - European Power - 07 September 2017

Entretien avec Mark Leonard, directeur de l'ECFR, sur son dernier rapport "L'Europe qui protège : penser l'Union européenne à venir".

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The End of the World #9: Interview with Cathy O'Neil

Mark Leonard's World in 30 minutes - end of the world - English - 25 August 2017

For the rest of the summer Mark Leonard will be breaking from the usual World in 30 Minutes format to talk about how the global order is being challenged. This week, he is joined by Cathy O'Neil, an American mathematician and the author of the blog mathbabe.org and several books on data science.

Bookshelf:
Cathy O'Neil, Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy
Cathy O'Neil's contributions to Bloomberg.com
The investigative journalism of ProPublica.org

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The End of the World #8: Interview with Pankaj Mishra

Mark Leonard's World in 30 minutes - end of the world - English - European Power - 23 August 2017

For the rest of the summer Mark Leonard will be breaking from the usual World in 30 Minutes format to talk about how the global order is being challenged. This week, he is joined by Pankaj Mishra, author and writer of literary and political essays.

Bookshelf:
Pankaj Mishra, Age of Anger: A History of the Present
Pankaj Mishra, From the Ruins of Empire: The Intellectuals Who Remade Asia
C. A Bayly, The Birth of the Modern World, 1780-1914: Global Connections and Comparisons

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The End of the World #7: Interview with Yascha Mounk

Mark Leonard's World in 30 minutes - end of the world - English - European Power - 18 August 2017

For the rest of the summer Mark Leonard will be breaking from the usual World in 30 Minutes format to talk about how the global order is being challenged. This week, he is joined by Yascha Mounk, a lecturer on Government at Harvard University and the host of The Good Fight podcast to talk about the sustainability of democracy in the liberal international order. 

Bookshelf:
Yascha Mounk, The People Versus Democracy
Roberto Stefan Foa and Yascha Mounk, The Democratic Disconnect, available here
Edward Luce, The Retreat of Liberalism
Ivan Krastev, After Europe
Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa, The Leopard

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The End of the World #6: Interview with Carl Bildt

Mark Leonard's World in 30 minutes - end of the world - English - European Power - 15 August 2017

For the rest of the summer Mark Leonard will be breaking from the usual World in 30 Minutes format to talk about how the global order is being challenged. This week, he is joined by Carl Bildt, a former prime minister of Sweden and ECFR's co-chair, to talk about Internet governance and cybersecurity.

Carl argues that Europe is far behind China and the US in terms of internet governance. Data encryption, free flow of date and regulation of state surveillance: EU countries definitely have a busy schedule ahead.

Bookshelf:
Report of the Global Commission on Internet Governance, available here
Internet Society website, available here
ECFR, Europe's Digital Power, available here

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