In our regular series, ECFR experts explore the attitudes of governments in EU capitals to the refugee crisis
ECFR's director Mark Leonard speaks to experts Nikolay Kozhanov, Jeremy Shapiro and Julien Barnes-Dacey about Russia's military actions in Syria.
Harvard Professor Stephen Walt gives insight into the challenges of developing an effective policy on how to deal with ISIS.
The latest updates on Britain's attempted renegotiation ahead of an EU 'In-Out' referendum.
Despite the heroic efforts of many volunteers and aid organisations, German capacities for refugee accommodation are at breaking point.
The challenge of Syria could become an opportunity for Germany to define its position in the terms of a well-understood European interest.
ECFR's director Mark Leonard speaks to Pat McFadden, Luke Akehurst and Kirsty McNeill about the new British Labour leader's vision.
Our experts and eminent guests talk about Europe’s role in the world.
Latest episode: ECFR's World in 30 Minutes: Is ISIS Putin's saviour?
CNN - 07 October 2015
Anthony Dworkin on the balance between humanity and military necessity
The World Today - 06 October 2015
Angela Stanzel's article on why Britain should be wary of copying Germany’s special relationship with China
Süddeutsche Zeitung - 05 October 2015
Do India-EU relations exist? Stefan Kornelius reports on Indian foreign policy - based on an ECFR research trip to India
Deutsche Wirtschaftsnachrichten - 05 October 2015
The ECFR warns of further escalations in Syria.
ECFR experts discuss.
It's not easy being a European in the Big Apple ahead of UN General Assembly
Announcement of Egyptian elections is necessary, but not sufficient, for the normalisation of Egyptian democracy.
How China's approach to the environment is changing ahead of vital summit
Europe's polarising debate on Russia risks undermining its stand against authoritarianism.
The refugee crisis has brought to a head simmering divisions within Polish society – with potentially far reaching consequences.
Scrapping an outdated EU directive that bars refugees from flying could save thousands of lives and break the smuggling economy.
The Western Balkans are becoming a de facto holding centre for refugees - they should be included in the relocation scheme.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy’s foreign policy, together with former Prime Minister José Luis Zapatero’s, removes the country from the international arena.
ECFR's director Mark Leonard speaks to Kadri Liik and Vessela Tcherneva about the growing divide between eastern and western European countries on the refugee crisis.
Fragmentation and lack of common goals and processes threaten the future of the European Union
Europe must prioritise diplomatic support for peace between Turkey and the Kurds as a pre-requisite for a successful strategy against Islamic State