Articles

Brexit has broken the UK, but can it mend Europe? (Commentary)

Olivier de France - 19 June 2019

As the Conservative Party works to find a new leader, Brexit has never been further out of the UK's grasp. Has Brexit made any real progress?

A framework for European-Russian cooperation in Syria (Commentary)

Julien Barnes-Dacey - 17 June 2019

If European-Russian cooperation is to move forward in Syria both sides need to settle for an outcome that delivers less than what they currently seek

ECFR mourns the loss of Albert Rohan (Commentary)

Mark Leonard, Mabel van Oranje - 13 June 2019

Founding Council Member Albert Rohan has passed away at the age of 83

Zelenskiy in Donbas (Commentary)

Jana Kobzova - 11 June 2019

Volodymyr Zelenskiy needs to invest resources and display openess towards the Donbas region's residents. 

Germany and the crisis of Atlanticism (Commentary)

Josef Janning - 11 June 2019

With the US opting out of its traditional European role, the "German question" has returned. And European leaders will need to make sacrifices if they are to address it.

Washington’s illusory plan for Israel-Palestine (Commentary)

Hugh Lovatt - 05 June 2019

The United States is set to propose an economic plan for Israel-Palestine, spearheaded by Jared Kushner, on 25 and 26 June in Bahrain, where Gulf Arab states will discuss the troubled Palestinian economy.

A tribunal for ISIS fighters? (Commentary)

Anthony Dworkin - 31 May 2019

The goal of establishing an international tribunal to prosecute ISIS fighters is gaining momentum in European capitals, however, whether this aspiration can be translated into a credible policy remains to be seen

European cohesion and the Visegrád group: The importance of hearts and minds (Commentary)

Oľga Gyárfášová - 29 May 2019

Where structural cohesion increases but individual cohesion declines, Euroscepticism can still thrive. The Visegrad countries need to invest in people's European experiences.

The end of monogamy in Europe? (Commentary)

Susi Dennison - 29 May 2019

With two thirds of Europeans voting for a pro-European party, the big challenge now is for the political groups to move beyond their status quo ways of working

In search of “business not as usual” with Russia (Commentary)

Kadri Liik - 29 May 2019

Europe needs to start reconceptualising its relationship with Russia. Here’s how it can do this