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
With so many interests group inside and outside the UK, how can Cameron satisfy everyone?
Mark Leonard speaks to Ellie Geranmayeh and Julien Barnes-Dacey about the geopolitics of ISIS and the role of the West.
Cameron and Tsipras portray their countries as victims of the EU and its policies and demand redress, privileges and special conditions.
If the relationship German Chancellor Angela Merkel and EU President Donald Tusk have built won’t last, a pillar of Germany’s architecture for the EU will crumble.
Our experts and eminent guests talk about Europe’s role in the world.
Latest episode: Conférence migrations à l'ECFR Paris le 1er juin 2015
Should the EU shift to a more constructive approach to re-engage with Belarus?
Capital.gr - 02 June 2015
Greek translations of Josef Janning's Note from Berlin "Europe's soft political revolution is Germany's nightmare".
Le Mandarin - 01 June 2015
Agatha Kratz is quoted on the topic of China's economy.
RTS - 01 June 2015
François Godement is quoted on the territorial dispute in the South China sea.
Sputnik - 01 June 2015
Josef Janning comments on the latest elections in Europe and the transformation of the European party systems.
A new Russian restrictive norm puts foreign organisations under suspicion and deals a blow to Russian civil society.
Merely attacking smugglers’ boats will not help; instead, the EU must address the civil war that lies behind the traffickers’ actions.
Peace in Europe can be based only on equal rights to social, political, and economic development for all.
EU needs to better demonstrate the incompatibility of occupation policies with the continued development of relations with the EU.
ECFR's director Mark Leonard speaks to Ian Bond, director of Foreign Policy at the Centre for European Reform, and ECFR Senior Policy Fellow’s Kadri Liik and Andrew Wilson about the Eastern Partnership summit.
Moscow may end up controlling Ukraine in one way or another, but it has probably lost the hearts and minds of the Ukrainian people of the 21st century.
Jacqueline Minor, Peter Wilding, Professor Sara Hobolt and ECFR's Mark Leonard analyse which direction the new government may take Britain
The UK elections have not solved the British question for Europe, and thus the German headache will remain.
Mark Leonard speaks to ECFR experts Silvia Francescon, Josef Janning, and Piotr Buras about what the results will mean for Britain's membership of the EU.
The EU's latest moves on migration still do not make clear that it is ready for the fundamental decisions that are necessary.
China will face huge challenges in making the New Silk Road a reality.
Europe needs to strike a new relationship with Russia – but not at any cost