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.
Euan Carss - 11 March 2019
EU member states’ high regard for Britain in security and defence may be on the wane. What can London do to stop the slide in the post-Brexit era?
Marin Lessenski - 01 March 2019
Smaller EU member states are most committed and best place to push for alliances for a common energy policy and address climate change.
Gustav Gressel - 27 February 2019
Berlin's handling of the controversial Nord Stream 2 project reveals double standards and neglect of the pipeline's security repercussions.
Federico Solfrini - 25 February 2019
The European Parliament election may reveal if Italians prefer the populist or far-right wing of the governing coalition
Sofia Maria Satanakis - 18 February 2019
Although Austria has the potential to influence EU policymaking more, the country often stands in its own way.
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
Daniel Mainwaring - 04 February 2019
Economic freedom vs security cooperation- Malta's commitment to EU integrations remains fragmented by national interests.
Josef Janning - 30 January 2019
The Hague will need new allies in a post-Brexit EU. ECFR’s EU Coalition Explorer reveals where it should start looking.
Christoph Klavehn - 24 January 2019
The EU28 of today miss much of their network potential for joint action. According to ECFR's EU Coalition Explorer the vast majority of bilateral ties appear to be underdeveloped.
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