Josef Janning - 02 June 2016
In light of its demographic and economic weight and in view of its location at the crossroads of Europe and North Africa, Spain seems to be underrated in the current line-up of the large EU member states.
Angeliki Dimitriadi - 02 June 2016
The migrant crisis has spurred reforms to Europe’s border agency Frontex, but it can only be as strong as member states allow it to be.
Josef Janning - 19 May 2016
Poland appears to be firmly anchored among the six large member states of the EU, seen as more important than Spain.
Josef Janning - 03 March 2016
Josef Janning discusses the first set of results from ECFR’s EU Cohesion Monitor.
Josef Janning - 13 November 2015
With Germany's pivotal role in Europe crystallising in the face of the EU's crises, an expert survey reveals how German policymakers feel about their partners
Josef Janning - 29 October 2015
Not too long ago the main concern about Europe seemed to be its super-state potential - the time has come to seriously worry about the opposite scenario.
Josef Janning - 15 October 2015
To qualify as an engine of integration, the two countries need to demonstrate their willingness to go it alone if need be.
Christoph Klavehn - 17 September 2015
Analysis of the attitudes of different EU countries to a range of measures on the refugee crisis
Josef Janning - 17 September 2015
Fragmentation and lack of common goals and processes threaten the future of the European Union
Norbert Röttgen - 04 September 2015
Europe’s evolution, which is vital for our survival, can only be continued by overcoming the obstacle which the Greek crisis represents.
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