The refugee crisis, the Euro crisis, the Ukraine crisis, and the British referendum: Mark Leonard speaks with Ivan Krastev, Sir Robert Cooper, and Kadri Liik, about how the multiple crises Europe is facing are interrelated.
The unexpected win for the FPÖ in Austria had eurosceptics across the continent proclaiming the righteousness of their cause, but the result betrays a deeper political malaise in Austrian society.
Let policy not simply be driven by individual judges and magistrates, a case here and a country there - let it be something debated at a national and European Union level and adopted on a broader basis.
Die-hard sovereigntists may wish to preserve the Englishman’s historic right to bathe in his own sewage, or be treated in A&E by an exhausted doctor - most of us will be glad that EU membership from time to time pushes our own authorities to do the right thing.
A deepened relationship with India could provide fresh energy to a crisis-ridden Europe
Our experts and eminent guests talk about Europe’s role in the world.
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04 May 2016
Piotr Buras was cited from his paper 'Has Germany sidelined Poland in Ukraine crisis negotiations?' in Russia Today.
04 May 2016
Hugh Lovatt quoted on European and US strategy towards Syria.
04 May 2016
An interview with Almut Möller on Germany's current foreign policies.
03 May 2016
The article mentions Nikolay Petrov's recent essay Putin's Downfall: The coming crisis of the Russian regime.
The US remains stuck in a Cold War mindset of keeping allies happy, rather than ensuring that they support US interests
If Obama’s visit to the United Kingdom and Germany confirmed anything, it was the extent to which America’s political elites worry about the strength and unity of Europe.
Nigel Inkster, former MI6 board member, and Nick Witney, former chief executive of the European Defence Agency and co-director of ECFR's European Power programme, give us their perspectives.
As control over population flows becomes a currency of power, states that follow the M-7’s lead will have the opportunity to boost their geopolitical heft.
Nick Grono and Dr. Katharine Jones discuss what role Europe can play in ensuring the protection of the Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
While Germany's role in security is of increasing importance, German politicians must downplay it for a domestic audience
By voting to leave the EU the UK may lose its voice at a time when the union aims to play a strategically greater role in European defence, security and foreign policy
Why are the Brexiteers so worried about the American President’s intervention in the referendum campaign?
Mark Leonard speaks with Vice-Admiral Sir Anthony Dymock, Simon Foy, Nigel Inkster, Baroness Pauline Neville Jones, and ECFR's Nick Witney about what a British exit from the EU would mean for Britain's security.
In the midst of a "Schengen crisis", how do Europe's member states see the future of Europe's visa-free travel area?
Despite Europe's various crises, the bond of cooperation between France and Germany has not been in evidence
Powerhouse, menace or next Japan? Arthur R. Kroeber, founder of the Gavekal Dragonomics research service and editor of China Economic Quarterly, explains where China's economy might be heading.
In working to rein in manifestations of incitement to violence, Europe must not lose sight of the factors that, while never justifying violence, create conditions that are particularly conducive to radicalisation