The idea that the UK can make a meaningful difference by expanding air strikes is far-fetched
Almost a year on from 2014's Israel-Gaza conflict, the Strip is still far from recovery
France has growing strategic relevance in the Gulf region, but its new proximity is dependent on increasingly unconditional support for Gulf regional policies.
European leaders discussing EU migration policy at this week's European Council do not have an easy task, but high-level conversation is good news
The capture of the strategic northern border town of Tal Abyad from Islamic State (IS) is the latest in a string of gains by the YPG
Our experts and eminent guests talk about Europe’s role in the world.
La Stampa - 03 July 2015
José Ignacio Torreblanca on how Spanish political parties use the racism discourse in the national political debate
Reuters - 02 July 2015
Julien Barnes-Dacey on Iran's non-military intervention in the Saudi-Yemen conflict.
The New York Times - 02 July 2015
ECFR director Mark Leonard on the increasing stake of transnational interests within domestic politics, Greece being the fitting example.
SWR - 01 July 2015
Olaf Boehnke on the consequences of the Greek crisis for the eurozone.
Europe must deal with the short-term emergencies and address long-term solutions.
Fiona Mangan, senior programme officer at the US Institute for Peace, and Magda Mughrabi-Talhami, Libya researcher at Amnesty International, on how the EU can intervene peacefully
Fighting in Yemen shows no signs of stopping, with dire humanitarian consequences.
Mark Leonard speaks to Ellie Geranmayeh and Julien Barnes-Dacey about the geopolitics of ISIS and the role of the West.
Merely attacking smugglers’ boats will not help; instead, the EU must address the civil war that lies behind the traffickers’ actions.
EU needs to better demonstrate the incompatibility of occupation policies with the continued development of relations with the EU.
Ayatollah Khamenei and Presidents Barack Obama and Hassan Rouhani are not worlds apart in their thinking.
The worst case scenario can be avoided by moving power-sharing from paper to reality.
Analysis: For outside powers, the Yemen crisis is part of a balancing act with the nuclear deal at its heart
Despite his fiery speech to the US Congress, the Israeli leader has moderated his views on a nuclear pact.