Proposed protections for “euro-outs” may hamper the in crowd on vital further integration
ECFR’s director Mark Leonard speaks to visiting fellow Asli Aydintasbas and senior policy fellow Kadri Liik about the downing of a Russian jet by a Turkish F-16, and its implications.
The demands have been issued: how has Europe received the UK's renegotiation agenda?
Divisions over Calais' irregular migrant camp, "the Jungle" reflect divisions in Europe more widely
The downing of a Russian jet is a blow to Turkish hopes of a "safe zone" in Syria
Turkey and Ukraine are playing dangerous games with Russia and this should concern the EU
Our experts and eminent guests talk about Europe’s role in the world.
Latest episode: ECFR's World in 30 Minutes: Russian-Turkish relations
27 November 2015
According to many NATO members, Turkey did wrong in downing the Russian jet. Josef Janning criticises the cancellation of the Russia-NATO Council which would be a good opportunity to resolve the issue.
27 November 2015
Mattia Toaldo on Libya and ISIS
26 November 2015
Increasing air strikes on ISIS in Syria as the UK, Germany and France are going to do is counterproductive. It is not up to us to win this war. The EU should tackle the main roots of the refugee crisis in Africa, where efficiency is assured.
26 November 2015
Richard Gowan on mulitlateral diplomacy with Russia.
Following Paris attacks, Germany once again faces a question of identity over its foreign and security policy
With crisis in the neighbourhood directly impacting on the EU like never before, is the new European Neighbourhood Policy able to keep up?
The new Neighbourhood Policy is more transactional than transformative, abandoning the idealism of 2004's policy
China's new law on NGOs will strengthen Beijing's ability to supervise the work of foreign NGOs
ECFR's director Mark Leonard speaks to ECFR experts Anthony Dworkin and Manuel Lafont Rapnouil about the implications of the Paris attacks on France and Europe.
What does France's invocation of Article 42.7 - the EU's mutual defence provision - mean for the EU and its member states
Daniel Drezner, Professor of international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, explains.
Two decades after the end of the Bosnian war Carl Bildt considers the successes and failures of Dayton.
In the wake of the terror attacks in Paris, Hollande has redoubled attempts to break ISIS, but how should the EU as a whole respond while maintaining its core values?
It has been a pivotal week for the future of Europe's response to the refugee crisis with the EU-Africa summit in Valetta, the G20 summit in Antalya and the terrorist attacks in Paris
Following high level ministerial meetings on Ukraine, ECFR's Wider Europe team report on the implementation the Minsk agreement
Beneath the talk of unity and common anxiety, three dividing lines are opening up across Europe - how they are resolved will determine whether the EU emerges stronger with its values intact.
With Germany's pivotal role in Europe crystallising in the face of the EU's crises, an expert survey reveals how German policymakers feel about their partners
Israel’s strong reaction has much more to do with the way the EU is challenging the “Greater Israel” narrative promoted by a growing number of Israeli politicians.
What are the consequences of Erdoğan’s surprising landslide win?