A new Russian restrictive norm puts foreign organisations under suspicion and deals a blow to Russian civil society.
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.
Our experts and eminent guests talk about Europe’s role in the world.
Should the EU shift to a more constructive approach to re-engage with Belarus?
Neue Züricher Zeitung - 26 May 2015
Piotr Buras explains why the election of Duda as the new President of Poland has not (yet) been a decision against Europe.
L’Express - 26 May 2015
José Ignacio Torreblanca is quoted on the victory of Podemos in the Spanish elections.
Charente-Libre - 26 May 2015
José Ignacio Torreblanca is quoted on the victory of Podemos in the Spanish regional elections.
The Guardian - 26 May 2015
José Ignacio-Torreblanca speaks to the Guardian how the possibility of a 'Brexit' is being perceived in Spain
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
The current political crisis in Macedonia confirms that without a longer stick or a bigger carrot there will always be trouble in the region.
A must read after the General Elections - With the prospect of a referendum before 2017, a British Exit from the EU led by a Europhobic elite is a real possibility – with disastrous consequences.
As Kyrgyzstan joins the EEU, not all in the country are optimistic.
During the last four years, Cameron has performed all kinds of juggling acts to simultaneously keep three balls in the air with two hands.
A look at the four key questions about the coming British referendum on the EU.
In this new podcast Mark Leonard, Robin Niblett, the director of Chatham House, Charles Grant, the director of the CER, and Ulrike Franke, discuss the possible outcomes and what this would mean for the future of British foreign policy.
The drop-out of the small member states has all but lost its capacity to frighten.