Areas of Expertise: Transatlantic relations, US foreign policy
Jeremy Shapiro is Research Director at ECFR. Previously he was a fellow in the Project on International Order and Strategy and the Center on the United States and Europe at Brookings, where he edited the Foreign Policy program's blog Order from Chaos. Prior to Brookings, he was a member of the U.S. State Department’s policy planning staff, where he advised the secretary of state on U.S. policy in North Africa and the Levant. He was also the senior advisor to Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Philip Gordon, providing strategic guidance on a wide variety of U.S.-European foreign policy issues.
Jeremy Shapiro and Richard Sokolsky - 28 April 2016
The US remains stuck in a Cold War mindset of keeping allies happy, rather than ensuring that they support US interests
Jeremy Shapiro - 15 April 2016
The collapse of European integration could potentially mean an end to the stability, order, and prosperity that the US worked very hard and spent a lot of money to help Europe achieve. And while it's unlikely we'd see a return to anything like the 20th century's massive world wars, the consequences could still extend far beyond Europe's borders.
ECFR’s director Mark Leonard speaks with Clara Portela, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Singapore Management University, and Jeremy Shapiro, ECFR’s Research Director, about the role of sanctions in European foreign policy.
Connectivity Wars edited by Mark Leonard
Jeremy Shapiro - 28 March 2016
It is this terrifying symbiosis between the terrorists in the Middle East and the populist politicians in the West that is the real threat.
Jeremy Shapiro - 16 March 2016
The lesson is that even a president who has shown extraordinary awareness that the "Washington playbook" frequently dictates unwise military interventions often feels forced to compromise his policy.
ECFR’s director Mark Leonard speaks with Ulf Sverdrup, Director of the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, about the Norwegian model and whether it could work for the UK, and to Jeremy Shapiro, Research Director at ECFR, about the prospects of a Donald Trump presidency and what it means for Europe.
Outside and Inside - Official Norwegian Reports NOU 2012
Why the Norwegian EU option is best left to Norway by Fredrik Sejersted and Ulf Sverdrup
Jeremy Shapiro - 03 March 2016
Justice is not the same as peace. In Syria, we have to choose.
by Jeremy Shapiro & Dina Pardijs - 21st September, 2017
The election of Donald Trump has changed everything except European attitudes toward American security
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.
by Various authors - 09th June, 2016
Europe shouldn’t be afraid of Russian and Chinese efforts to integrate the Eurasian landmass, but should absorb them into its international order
Mark Leonard, Asli Aydintasbas, Kadri Liik and Jeremy Shapiro, discuss Turkey's offensive near the Syria-Turkey boarder, the future of US-Turkey relations and Russia's role in the region. The podcast was recorded on 23 January 2018.
Podcast du Black Coffee Morning "La politique étrangère de Macron : quel bilan après les 6 premiers mois ?" du 08/12/2017 animé par Manuel Lafont Rapnouil, directeur du bureau de Paris de l'ECFR et par Jeremy Shapiro, directeur de recherches de l'ECFR.
ECFR’s director Mark Leonard discusses Trump's foreign policy and its global consequences with ECFR's research director, Jeremy Shapiro, ECFR's Russia expert, Kadri Liik and ECFR's China expert, Francois Godement.
The podcast was recorded on 10th November 2017.
Stein Ringen, The Perfect Dictatorship: China in the 21st Century
Vladimir Sorokin, Day of the Oprichnik
George F. Kennan, Russia Leaves the War
Jeremy Shapiro, "The transatlantic meaning of Donald Trump: a US-EU Power Audit" (2017)
Jeremy Shapiro, "Towards a post-American Europe: A Power Audit of EU-US Relations" (2009)
Recent dramatic changes in the international and European energy landscape –deteriorating EU-Russia relations, an increasingly ‘energy-dominant’ US, the Qatar crisis, and energy market volatility – once again throw the security of UK and European energy supply into the spotlight. Central Europe has been at the crossroads of many of these crises and learned to adapt its strategies. What lessons can the UK draw from experiences in Central Europe?
Wojciech Jakóbik, Analyst and Editor-in-Chief, BiznesAlert.com
Dr Chi-Kong Chyong, Research Associate and Director of Energy Policy Forum, University of Cambridge
Chaired by: Jeremy Shapiro, Research Director, ECFR
In episode 4 Mark Leonard is joined by Jeremy Shapiro, ECFR's research director, and Vincenzo Iozzo, a research associate at the MIT Media Lab and the co-founder of IperLane, Inc, a cybersecurity company.
Vincenzo argues that the Internet has become too important and too insecure for the governments to keep ignoring its existence. Regulation at a softer level and a market push at the basic infrastructure level will be needed to ensure public security in the cyberspace
Vincenzo Iozzo et al., IOS Hacker's Handbook
ECFR’s director Mark Leonard talks with the director of ECFR's Paris office, Manuel Lafont Rapnouil, and ECFR's Research Director, Jeremy Shapiro, about the consequences of the US withdrawal from the Paris climate deal.
The podcast was recorded on 5th June 2017.
Francois Godement, Expanded ambitions, shrinking achievements: How China sees the global order
Richard Haass, World in Disarray, A American Foreign Policy and the Crisis of the Old Order
Ben Aaronovitch, The Hanging Tree (Rivers of London Novels)
Michael Anton, America and the Liberal International Order
Are Russia and China building an alliance which would fundamentally alter the geostrategic landscape in Eurasia and beyond?
Nicu Popescu, Senior Analyst, EU Institute for Security Studies
Raffaello Pantucci, Director for International Security Studies, RUSI
Chaired by: Jeremy Shapiro, Research Director, ECFR