Josef Janning & Tara Varma - 17 September 2019
The heads of ECFR’s offices in Paris and Berlin share the thinking in their countries about the latest round in the Brexit saga
Manuel Lafont Rapnouil & Tara Varma - 08 October 2018
“Information manipulation” or just plain “fake news”? How France is grappling with a very modern threat
Piotr Buras and Adam Balcer - 17 October 2016
What is distinct about Poland’s attitude to Russia is its genuine conviction in the potential for conventional military conflict with Moscow.
Joanna Hosa - 14 October 2016
Russian actions in Ukraine and Syria will frustrate any attempts at a shift in UK policy on Russia.
George Tzogopoulos - 14 October 2016
The new reality of Greek acquiescence to EU policy hides deep ideological differences.
Zsuzsanna Vegh - 14 October 2016
Hungary will certainly oppose additional sanctions, but it is unlikely to veto a prolongation.
Caroline de Gruyter - 14 October 2016
Prime Minister Rutte, needing as much EU support as he can, will be firm on the status quo and extremely careful with everything else.
Fredrik Wesslau - 14 October 2016
Given Russia’s multiple moves to up the ante in recent weeks, Stockholm sees no reason for the EU to change direction.
Denica Yotova - 14 October 2016
Bulgaria's Russia policy could go in any direction after 6 November.
Francisco de Borja Lasheras - 14 October 2016
Spain is inclined towards conditional accommodation with Russia but tends to refrain from open overtures towards Moscow.
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