Why Berlin and Paris cannot give in to Cameron (Commentary)
by Sebastian Dullien - 26th November, 2015
Proposed protections for “euro-outs” may hamper the in crowd on vital further integration
Changing course? Foreign policy in Poland after the elections (Commentary)
by Adam Balcer, Krzysztof Blusz - 23rd November, 2015
Law and Justice's strongly sovereignist, and occasional nationalistic, leanings may lead the party from the centrist foreign policy course that it has pledged
Migrations: let’s not fall into ISIS’ trap (Commentary)
by Mattia Toaldo - 18th November, 2015
Closing our borders to keep the others away is precisely what ISIS wants.
by Nick Witney - 05th November, 2015
British exit from the EU would have serious foreign policy consequences – both for Britain and for the rest of Europe
BCM sur les Européens et le maintien de la paix onusien
paris - 26 Nov 15
Avec Alexandra Novosseloff et Magnus Westerlund
Internal and external dimensions of the refugee crisis in Europe
sofia - 24 Nov 15
The terrorist attacks in Paris prompted calls for active foreign policy action and at the same time exposed the deepening European divisions that stem from the response to the refugee crisis.
Internal and external dimensions of the refugee crisis in Europe: Solidarity crisis or EU’s fo
sofia - 24 Nov 15
Терористичните атаки в Париж предизвикваха призиви за сериозни външнополитически действия, но и разкриха задълбочаващите се европейски различия, произлизащи от различните реакции на страните членки на бежанския поток от последните месеци.
Migration als gemeinsame europäische Aufgabe
berlin - 19 Nov 15
On November 19 2015, the topic of "Migration as a shared European responsibility" was discussed with Emma Bonino, Former Foreign Minister and Former Minister for International Trade and European Affairs of Italy and Member of ECFR Board in the Representation of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg in Berlin.
Black Coffee Morning: “What does India think?”
berlin - 17 Nov 15
Angela Stanzel moderated the discussion on the central question "India and China - competition or cooperation". The debate lead to the conclusion that whilst India and China are cooperating in many aspects suchs as economy, there is no exchange at ohter levels. Apparently, China and India do not recognise each other as growing economic super powers.
The Refugee Crisis and Its Implications for the European Union. Mapping the Right EU Policies
sofia - 16 Nov 15
ECFR Sofia organises an international workshop on the possible responses to the refugee crisis.
This speech was held by the Deputy Director of ECFR Madrid, Francisco de Borja Lasheras, at a session on transitional justice in Bosnia 20 years after the Dayton Agreements. He mentions an unwritten law of silence impeding Bosnian people from talking about the past.Listen online
ECFR's director Mark Leonard speaks to senior policy fellow, Anthony Dworkin, and to the head of the Paris office and senior policy fellow, Manuel Lafont Rapnouil, about the implications of the Paris attacks on France and Europe.
Les Guerres du President by David Revault d’Allonnes
Power Wars by Charlie Savage
La Revanche de Passions by Pierre Hassner
Le Grand Remplacement by Renaud Camus
Le Grand Repli by Nicolas Bancel, Pascal Blanchard and Ahmed BoubekerListen online Download
ECFR's director Mark Leonard speaks to Stephen Walt, Professor of International Affairs at Harvard Kennedy School, about the threats that could rip Europe apart, and about different options of how the EU could develop given the current picture.Listen online Download
ECFR's director Mark Leonard speaks to Jeremy Heimans, social activist and CEO of Purpose.com, Anne-Marie Slaughter, CEO of New America Foundation, and Carl Bildt, former Foreign Minister and Prime Minister of Sweden and co-chair of ECFR, about the future of diplomacy in an age of networks.
Unfinished Business by Anne-Marie Slaughter
Between the world and me by Ta-Nehisi Coates
The Uses and Abuses of History by Margaret Macmillan
Kissinger: Volume 1 by Niall Ferguson
Understanding "New Power" by Jeremy Heimans
A New World Order by Anne-Marie Slaughter
Three experts from the Chinese delegation give their opinion.Listen online Download
ECFR entrevista al miembro del Parlamento Europeo, del Grupo de la Alianza Progresista de Socialistas y Demócratas, sobre el papel de España en la Unión EuropeaListen online
ECFR's director Mark Leonard speaks to 'In' campaigners Damian Green MP and Emma Reynolds MP, from the Conservatives and Labour respectively as the official 'In' campaign launches this week.Listen online Download
ECFR experts discuss findings of ECFR’s Britain in Europe renegotiation scorecard, a regular assessment of how the British asks are perceived in other member states.Listen online