A new study from ECFR shows that, perhaps surprisingly, between 2007 and 2017, cohesion among EU member states has improved, even after years of crises. The EU Cohesion Monitor presents new insights on cohesion as an underestimated source of strength and collective action in the EU.
Edited by Ulrike Esther Franke, Manuel Lafont Rapnouil & Susi Dennison
The EU Coalition Explorer shows the potential for future coalition building between the EU member states.
A critical mass of countries agree on the need for more flexible cooperation, but what could it look like?
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European leaders are underestimating the danger that Trump presents to the transatlantic alliance and assuming too much continuity in the event of a Clinton presidency.
What role does Russia play in the breakaway regions of Eastern Europe?
In Libya there are very few truly national actors, the vast majority are local players. This guide explains who the players are and what they control.
In the midst of a Schengen crisis, how do Europe's member states see the future of Europe's visa-free travel area?
Locked in a shadowy life between war and peace, "grey zones" now litter the map of Eastern Europe
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Following high level ministerial meetings on Ukraine, ECFR's Wider Europe team report on the implementation the Minsk agreement
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Indians are many, as are their demands, aspirations, and ideas
A multimedia exploration of Yemen's multi-faceted civil war.
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The scorecard assesses the support that components of the reform agenda enjoy in Europe’s capitals.
A mapping of political factions and armed groups involved in the fighting in Libya.
This series examines the reaction of key Middle Eastern actors, as well as looking at European policy options, the dynamics driving IS itself, and the impact within Syria and Iraq respectively.
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