Connecting the energy islands in south-east Europe will help build a region that can act as a strategic partner for the EU in the broader energy-security nexus
ECFR's director Mark Leonard presents the highlights of the recent event 'What would 'out' mean? Panelists are Bernard Jenkin, MP for Harwich and North Essex, Mark Reckless, UKIP's Director of Policy, and Matthew Elliott, Chief Executive of Business for Britain, who want to see a change in Britain's relationship with Europe.
As Germany's politicians return to their constituencies, a summer of resentment against Europe is brewing in Ukraine
Abandoning the Kurdish peace process may prove a high price to pay for Turkish support against Islamic State.
Hundreds of fighters from the North Caucasus region are tavelling to Syria to join IS.
Ongoing conflict is pushing already poor and underdeveloped Yemen ever close to the brink of collapse.
Cadena Ser - 31 July 2015
José Ignacio Torreblanca comments the situation in Greece and European Commission role
L’Express - 31 July 2015
Angela Stanzel's second article about the India/China relationship has been published by l'Express.
Trouw - 30 July 2015
Mark Leonard on the future of EU-Russia relations
The New York Times - 30 July 2015
Mattia Toaldo on the number of flash points growing
To lead the EU may seem like a burden; it is, in truth, an historic opportunity.
Tsipras chose the wrong allies and his negotiation tactics have shattered trust between the parties
The EU should not race to the bottom and match Chinese prices and standards but differentiate and provide quality rather than quantity in finance.
Despite staving off Greek disaster for now, Merkel and Schäuble have had a frosty reception from political allies in Berlin.
A summary on the main components of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) agreed on 14 July between Iran and the E3+3
The accidental firing on the airliner by Russian air-defence missiles are the most conceivable explanation to the downing of MH17.
China is racing ahead with its internet revolution, with potentially huge ramifications for China’s surveillance state
ECFR's director Mark Leonard speaks to Daniel Levy, director of the MENA programme, and to policy fellows Julien Barnes-Dacey and Ellie Geranmayeh, about the Iran nuclear agreement and Geranmayeh's new policy brief 'Engaging with Iran: A European agenda'
Four years after embarking on its quest to become the hegemon of the Middle East, Turkey has ended up virtually friendless in the region.
The EU needs an honest assessment of its capabilities and to set limited goals behind which member states can show sustainable unity
Will relations between China and India in the 21st century be defined by co-operation or conflict?