Europe should strike a tough pose with Trump on the Iran nuclear deal (Commentary)
Ellie Geranmayeh - 22 March 2018
Europeans should toughen their position in ongoing talks with the Trump administration if they are to preserve the Iran nuclear deal and limit insecurity in the Middle East.
Time to talk: Europe and the Vulnerability Equities Process (Commentary)
by Teodora Delcheva & Stefan Soesanto - 21 March 2018
And Now What? Russian Foreign Policy in Putin’s Fourth Term (Commentary)
Kadri Liik - 20 March 2018
Moscow has undergone a lively debate on the future course of its foreign policy – which may now become obsolete by the poisoning of Sergei Skripal.
UK treads a lonely path on Russia crisis (Commentary)
Susi Dennison - 16 March 2018
It is hard to imagine a UK government even just three years ago not having coordinated its public statements step by step with European partners.
Trump-Kim: Reading through the liar's poker (Commentary)
François Godement - 14 March 2018
Each of the two has a personal and strategic interest in reaching an agreement. They can no longer stop the game that they have started.
Europe needs more than management from Germany (Commentary)
Ulrike Esther Franke - 14 March 2018
Germany’s aversion to political vision used to be a blessing. Now it’s becoming a curse.
The art of the possible: European reform after the Italian election (Commentary)
Josef Janning - 09 March 2018
The Italian election leaves Macron and Merkel short of partners for ambitious EU reform.
Too close for comfort: European geostrategy and the transatlantic alliance (Commentary)
Jeremy Shapiro - 08 March 2018
The question for Europe now is whether it needs to de-couple its strategy toward regional great powers from that of the United States.
by Josef Janning - 05th February, 2018
Despite financial and refugee crises, research suggests the European Union is getting stronger, not weaker.
by Ellie Geranmayeh - 25th October, 2017
Europe must salvage the nuclear deal with Iran and step-up robust diplomacy with Teran on regional issues.
L’Europe qui protège en 2018 : qui, quoi et comment ?
Paris - 29 Mar 18
Conférence publique avec Clément Beaune, François Godement et Mark Leonard.
Strategic autonomy for the EU? How Europe can better care for its security
Warsaw - 15 Mar 18
Is European strategic autonomy militarily possible and politically feasible?
Turkey’s relations with the West: Abandonment, transactionalism or engagement?
How can the West navigate current tensions with Turkey?
Das Digital - Reinventing Capitalism in the Age of Big Data
London - 01 Mar 18
A new series of seminars on the effect of the Digital Revolution on International Relations
Jonathan Hackenbroich covers for Mark Leonard and speaks with Professor John Naughton about Facebook’s data leak and its monetisation of data.
Mark Leonard speaks with ECFR experts Kadri Liik and Sebastian Dullien about the consequences of the attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter in the UK, and the eruption of an EU-US trade war.
The Law and Policy of the World Trade Organization by Professor Peter van den Bossche
Liquid Surveillance by Zygmunt Bauman and David Lyon
Mark Leonard speaks with Ulrike Franke and Susi Dennison about what the new German coalition means for foreign policy. The podcast was recorded on 8 January 2018.
Mark Leonard speaks with Justin Vogt, Managing Editor of Foreign Affairs, Professor Mary Fulbrook from UCL, and Dr. Fraziska Exeler, Research Associate and Lecturer at FUB, about how nations deal with the evils of history. Recorded on 31 January 2018.
Meines Vaters Land by Wiebke Brun
A model childhood by Christa Wolf
A small town near Auschwitz by Mary Fulbrook
Bind Us Apart: How Enlightened Americans Invented Racial Segregation by Nicholas Guyatt
Jean Améry - Revolte in der Resignation: Biographie by Irène Heidelberger-Leonard
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Mark Leonard speaks with Wawrzyniec Smoczyński, editor-in-chief of Polityka INSIGHT, about the reshuffle of the Polish government and its implications. The podcast was recorded on 19 January 2018.
Sapiens – A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari
Mark Leonard speaks with Heidi Tworek, Assistant Professor at the University of British Columbia, about the potential damage to content providers that could follow from the US Federal Communication Commission’s decision to discard net neutrality. The podcast was recorded on 18 December 2017.
Everyobody Lies: Big Data, New Data, and What the Internet Can Tell Us About Who We Really Are by Seth Stephens-Davidowitz