There is a case to be made for Europe not recognising the Palestinian state, but is it a worthwhile one?
It is crucial that the European Parliament supports recognition of the State of Palestine at Thursday's vote for five key reasons.
The second round of Tunisia’s presidential election is likely to be a close fight after the results of the first round, announced today, showed a tighter-than-expected finish between Beji Caid Essebsi and Moncef Marzouki.
Although the timing of the extension exposes the diplomatic process to unwanted risks, there is still hope for resolving Iran's nuclear deal.
Europe should consider an overhaul of its Mediterranean policy
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This talk will explore scenarios for the future diplomatic environment and their implications for the reform of diplomatic services.
After a ruling that nullified its own parliamentary elections, Libya will need European and UN support to achieve national unity government.
A collection of 14 articles exploring the regional dimensions of the Islamic State crisis.
Countries bordering Syria, such as Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey, welcomed the Berlin Conference on the refugee situation in Syria and supporting stability in the region on 28 October.
An open letter urging the EU 3+3 countries and Iran to reach a final nuclear deal by 24 November.
As more and more European countries decide to recognise the Palestinian State, Israel faces the threat of losing international legitimacy.
The death of Dr. Mohammed Abdulmalek al-Mutawakil, the secretary-general of Yemen’s opposition Union of Popular Forces party, is the latest in a series of destabilising events in the country.
Nick Witney, the co-author of the ECFR's publication, "Rebooting EU Foreign Policy", and Spiros Economides of the LSE, both explain why the European Union sorely needs to face reality and fundamentally rethink how it deals with the rest of the world.
With no significant challengers, Israel's Likud prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu faces the prospect of being the longest-serving prime minister since Ben-Gurion.
Three views on US policy in the Middle East - from Jeremy Shapiro, Professor Juan Cole, and Ambassador Charles Freeman - based on three new ECFR podcasts.
President Mahmoud Abbas might want to consider asking the UN General Assembly to seek advice from the International Court of Justice.