Jonathan Hackenbroich - 22 January 2020
Washington and Beijing seem to interpret European inaction as weakness and an invitation for greater coercion in pursuit of their economic and geopolitical interests.
Jeremy Shapiro - 20 January 2020
The irony of recent British neo-poodleism is that the UK needs an EU trade deal much more than it needs a US trade deal.
Ellie Geranmayeh - 15 January 2020
The dispute resolution mechanism presents the E3 with risks but it could also buy them time to keep the nuclear deal on life support until the US presidential election in November.
Nick Witney - 14 January 2020
The UK Ministry of Defence has shown a chronic lack of decision discipline, sometimes undermining its role in joint European projects.
Anthony Dworkin - 07 January 2020
The drone strike against Soleimani marks a novel shift in targeted killing, dangerous to the global order.
José Ignacio Torreblanca - 07 January 2020
The inauguration of the most fragmented parliament since 1978 will usher in a period of culture war centring on national identity.
Mark Leonard & Jeremy Shapiro - 03 January 2020
Top ten trends that will occupy European foreign policymakers in 2020
Andreas Bock - 20 December 2019
ECFR readers’ top choices this year – all in one place.
Janka Oertel - 19 December 2019
A decision looms for Britain on 5G and Huawei. London’s choice will signal whether it wishes to stay close to Europe when dealing with Beijing – or to go its own way.
Gustav Gressel - 19 December 2019
The Tiergarten hitman travelling freely across the Schengen area should prompt reflection in European capitals, and greater demands of Berlin to act. But a pan-European response remains unforthcoming.
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