Ulrike Esther Franke - 15 February 2019
Troubles back home, not international affairs, will dominate Europe’s top security meetup.
Anthony Dworkin - 15 February 2019
The optics of the EU-Arab League summit could prove difficult for European leaders. Yet they barely agree on what they themselves want from it
Sebastian Dullien - 14 February 2019
Given changing global growth dynamics, Donald Trump’s trade policies might just transform from a nuisance into a threat to the euro area’s recovery
Zsuzsanna Végh - 13 February 2019
ECFR’s EU28 Survey reveals that Hungary manages to outpoll even the United Kingdom as the “most disappointing” EU member state. But May’s European Parliament poll is likely to see it dig in rather than change course.
Tara Varma - 12 February 2019
The yellow vests could have more influence than expected on the debates leading up to the European Parliament election
Jeremy Shapiro - 12 February 2019
The Trump administration reduces NATO to a bill owed to the United States, at the cost of sacrificing political solidarity across the Atlantic.
Nour Samaha - 11 February 2019
Sanctions can never be ‘smart’; new EU and US measures on Syria are only likely to strengthen the regime, not weaken it
Almut Möller & Milan Nič - 11 February 2019
Prague and Bratislava can jointly develop a more visible profile within the Visegrad 4 group and counter the overall dominance of Hungary and Poland
Ellie Geranmayeh, Esfandyar Batmanghelidj - 07 February 2019
On 31 January, Germany, France and Britain announced the establishment of a special purpose vehicle aimed at facilitating legitimate trade with Iran
Felipe González and José Ignacio Torreblanca - 07 February 2019
A conversation between Felipe González and José Ignacio Torreblanca on the situation in Venezuela and the legitimacy of Juan Guaidó’s claim to the presidency
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