Kristi Raik - 21 March 2019
As the political climate in Estonia grows increasingly polarised, the radical right-wing EKRE party may enter a governing coalition for the first time.
Tibor Dessewffy - 18 March 2019
Viktor Orbán may reject the EU’s way of doing things. But the political maelstrom he has helped unleash could equally see him floored
Vygaudas Ušackas - 01 February 2019
Should peace talks succeed, Europeans and other international partners will need to demonstrate staying power in times of peace as well as war
Guillaume Liegey - 29 January 2019
The battle against populism in Europe will not be won by buying into the anti-immigration narrative but by listening to citizens real-life concerns.
Edwin Bendyk - 21 December 2018
All the odds were against Katowice. But participants snatched partial victory from the jaws of total defeat
Timothy Garton Ash - 18 December 2018
Leaders across Europe might want to get Brexit over the line. But in the long term the EU would be weaker without the UK.
Caroline de Gruyter - 03 December 2018
Transfer of power to Brussels may weaken member states, but it empowers citizens - it is a pity EU citizens do not know their own power
Carl Bildt, Nicu Popescu - 28 November 2018
There’s plenty Europe should do to push back against Russia’s latest attack on Ukraine
Georgi Pirinski - 08 November 2018
European sovereignty can only be attained with the consent of its peoples, and with the protection of social solidarity and security, says Council Member Georgi Pirinski
Hanna Ojanen - 06 November 2018
The European Union’s spending priorities in the next budget round could support both NATO’s changing defence requirements, and the EU’s standing with its own citizens, says ECFR Council Member Hanna Ojanen
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