Britain Steps Into a Deglobalising World (Commentary)
Sebastian Dullien - 20 February 2017
The trend for integration of global markets has softened and might soon even revert, which will force nation-states to rethink their trade strategies.
New energy in the Franco-German motor (Commentary)
Almut Möller - 16 February 2017
External threats have brought Berlin and Paris closer together than ever before.
More than words: Nationalism in Trump’s US and Putin’s Russia (Commentary)
Anna Arutunyan - 15 February 2017
Contrast between Trump’s outbursts and Putin’s restraint shows that Russia’s illiberal worldview still dwarves America’s alt-right.
The EU deal with Libya on migration: a question of fairness and effectiveness (Commentary)
Mattia Toaldo - 14 February 2017
Whether the new EU migration agreement will work and whether it will respect migrants’ rights is an open question with the answer likely to be no.
Shooting the ringleader: Trump draws a bead on Germany (Commentary)
Nick Witney - 13 February 2017
As the Trump administration amplifies its attacks on the European Union and its collective identity, we would do well to recall the lessons of the 1930s.
Romania protests: no flash in the pan (Commentary)
Alex Bivol - 10 February 2017
Latest attempt to de-fang the judiciary part of a long-term struggle that shows no sign of abating.
Pariah no more? Poland weighs its options (Commentary)
Piotr Buras - 09 February 2017
Angela Merkel’s visit to Warsaw is the most important meeting of German and Polish leaders since 1989.
by Mark Galeotti - 19th December, 2016
How the Kremlin uses its military as an instrument of coercive diplomacy
by Jeremy Shapiro - 12th October, 2016
Faced with the prospect of a Trump or Clinton presidency, the transatlantic relationship is likely to face difficult challenges whatever the result.
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Moi, Président: Foreign Policy in the French Election
London - 08 Feb 17
The FT's Gideon Rachman and the head of ECFR Paris discuss the foreign policy ideas and promises of the lead candidates in the French presidential campaign.
Élection présidentielle de 2017 : quelle place pour la politique étrangère ?
L'ECFR Paris a le plaisir de vous inviter à une nouvelle conférence animée par Bruno TERTRAIS, François GODEMENT et Manuel LAFONT RAPNOUIL.
Europe’s foreign and security policy agenda for a Trump presidency
- 23 Jan 17
Panel discussion with the next generation of security experts.
Velvet divorce or a hard landing? Europe and Polish-British relations in the light of Brexit
Warsaw - 14 Dec 16
Debate on the consequences of Brexit.
ECFR’s director Mark Leonard is meeting with Wolfgang Ischinger, the Chairman of the Munich Security Conference. Together they are debriefing a very unusual MSC where the whole idea of the West was at stake.
The podcast was recorded on 22 February 2017.
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ECFR’s director Mark Leonard is meeting with Alexander Stubb, the former Prime Minister of Finland. Together they are discussing the idea of flexible European integration in a post-Brexit environment.
The podcast was recorded on 16 February 2017.
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ECFR’s director Mark Leonard is meeting with Michael Ignatieff, the former leader of the Liberal Party of Canada and one of the most thoughtful historians of liberalism. Together they are looking at the future of the liberal order following Trump's election and the rise of several illiberal powers elsewhere in the world.
The podcast was recorded in Vienna on 7 February 2017.
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ECFR’s director Mark Leonard discusses with ECFR's Research Director Jeremy Shapiro and ECFR Policy Fellows Anthony Dworkin & Mattia Toaldo how the EU should respond to Trump's decision to restrict access to citizens from 7 predominantly Muslim countries.
The podcast was recorded on 31 January 2017.
Walter Russel Mead, The Jacksonian Revolt
Yuval Noah Harari, Sapiens. A Brief History of Humankind
Tom Nichols, Death of the Expertise
Fear & Love, at the London Design Museum until 23rd April 2017
ECFR’s director Mark Leonard discusses with Vessela Tcherneva, Head of ECFR Sofia office, and Aslı Aydıntaşbaş & Kadri Liik, ECFR Senior Policy Fellows, how US President Trump could subvert the European security order along 3 dimensions: NATO, Russia and Turkey.
The podcast was recorded on 25 January 2017.
Philip Roth, The Plot against AmericaListen online
Dan Harris, 10% Happier
Jürgen Osterhammel, The Transformation of the World: A Global History of the Nineteenth Century
ECFR’s director Mark Leonard discusses with The Economist columnist Tom Nuttall and ECFR Researcher Ulrike Franke whether the Brexit negotiations will be influenced by the changes to the liberal order unleashed by Donald Trump's election.
The podcast was recorded on 17 January 2017.Listen online
ECFR’s director Mark Leonard speaks with ECFR Policy Fellows Stefan Soesanto, Kadri Liik and Gustav Gressel on Russia's interferences in Western politics.
The podcast was recorded on 5 January 2017.
Maurice Paléologue, An Ambassador’s Memoirs
Harvey Pitcher, Witnesses Of The Russian Revolution
Timothy Snyder, Bloodlands: Europe between Hitler and Stalin
Michael Hayden, Playing to the Edge: American Intelligence in the Age of Terror
Yuval Noah Harari, Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow
The GCHQ Puzzle Book
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