In order to negotiate a meaningful treaty, Europeans need to unify around a negotiating mandate that reconciles their different interests.
When it comes to Iran, diplomacy is the difficult and less travelled path.
Pursuing the end of the civil war through a negotiated solution should still be the number one priority for Americans and Europeans alike
Emma Bonino and Carl Bildt new co-Chairs of ECFR, Norbert Röttgen also joins the ECFR Board
The fifth edition of ECFR’s European Foreign Policy Scorecard examines EU’s response to a year of crisis
Russia no longer sees its future as being with Europe – but its departure may not have the results it expects.
Experts from our national offices and contributors from other countries present the national perspective on this thorny issue.
Our experts and eminent guests talk about Europe’s role in the world, in English, Spanish, French, German, and Italian
Discussion on the findings of the 2015 European Foreign Policy Scorecard and on the role of the UK.
Europe faces a worsening security situation on many fronts and needs tools – new and old – to stabilize its neighbourhood.
To applause back home, Germany succeeded in conceding little to Greece – but the result might be future chaos.
Internal divisions and external challenges threaten the continued survival of the European Union.
Diplomat Robert Cooper, UK PSC Ambassador Angus Lapsley and ECFR's Susi Dennison, explore where and how the UK has influenced European foreign policy decision making in 2014.
Yemen’s former president has escaped house arrest and wants to take power back – but can he stem the worsening crisis in the country?
If UN intervention is not tied to a consensus ending Libya’s civil war, it could create new allies for ISIS
Germany needs to square the circle between domestic demands for restraint and isolationism and the increasing responsibilities of European leadership.
Professor Joseph Nye talks to ECFR Director Mark Leonard about his new book "Is the American Century Over?".
There are more than a few reasons why the Minsk II might fail – and yet it’s still an outcome worth celebrating.