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.
The EU’s policy in Bosnia is failing, and as the country heads for implosion, Europe must change course.
Ukraine's parliamentary elections are set for 26 October and the president's party is unlikely to win the seats to govern alone.
The EU needs a more coherent approach to international justice
Our experts and eminent guests talk about Europe’s role in the world, in English, Spanish, French, German, and Italian
Blockade to ease, with severe oversight of rebuilding materials by Israel in what is basically an upgrade of Strip’s prison status.
The conflict between Russia and the West is evidence of a post-Cold War clash of worldviews that has never been resolved.
Europe will face another catastrophic gas shortage this winter if the EU and its member states do not act fast to resolve a gas price dispute between Russia and Ukraine.
The first of four posts in the run-up to the Ukrainian elections on 26 October, where nothing less than the size, shape, strength and viability of the Ukrainian state itself is at stake.
The expansion of the dialogue between Germany and China to include foreign and security policy could have a huge, and potentially problematic, effect for the European Union.
A look at the delicate political negotiations of Bulgaria's 2014 parliamentary elections.
The EU is in need of clear foreign policy direction as Federica Mogherini prepares to take over as High Representative.
Hong Kong’s protests place Xi Jinping between a rock and a hard place, and Europe should be addressing it.
Some dubious appointments are causing strong resistance to Juncker's Commission within the European Parliament.
A critique of Libya's "war on terror" and its inevitable complications.