Jonathan Hackenbroich & Mark Leonard - 15 August 2019
The European Union needs an Office for Financial Asset Control to defend its home industry against sanctions
Sebastian Dullien - 01 April 2019
Giving up sovereignty at the national level seems the only way to retain some kind of European sovereignty, writes Sebastian Dullien in his farewell commentary for ECFR.
Chris Raggett - 06 February 2019
Europe urgently needs to get its house in order on money laundering – and win voters’ trust back in the process
Mark Leonard & Jeremy Shapiro - 03 January 2019
Top ten trends that will occupy European foreign policymakers in 2019
François Godement - 21 November 2018
This week, the EU reached a political agreement on a framework for screening foreign direct investment at unprecedented speed, and took a step forward in building trust
Sara Vakhshouri - 20 September 2018
As the US steps up its sanctions against Iran, the negative effects ripple throughout the global energy markets
Adam Baron - 12 September 2018
After the collapse of planned consultations in Geneva, a new round of formal peace talks seems unlikely before the end of the year.
Sebastian Dullien - 30 August 2018
Heiko Maas has plans to circumvent the US; but they clash with Germany’s growth model
Mathieu Duchâtel & Angela Stanzel - 08 August 2018
France, Germany, Italy, and the UK are strengthening their economic defences against China. Will more follow?
Chris Raggett - 19 July 2018
The UK’s flawed anti-corruption regime has an impact on its global role. A new round of reforms could help strengthen the rule of law at home and abroad.
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