by Jakob Dreyer and Christine Nissen - 29 July 2019
With a domestic debate on the EU looming, the Danish government appears likely to strike a new agreement on its Europe policy.
Josef Janning - 11 June 2019
With the US opting out of its traditional European role, the "German question" has returned. And European leaders will need to make sacrifices if they are to address it.
Oľga Gyárfášová - 29 May 2019
Where structural cohesion increases but individual cohesion declines, Euroscepticism can still thrive. The Visegrad countries need to invest in people's European experiences.
Josef Janning - 10 May 2019
"Zusammenhalt" is a buzzword in the European election manifestos of the German parties. But what does it exactly mean in the political discourse?
Almut Möller - 11 April 2019
ECFR’s newly released Cohesion Monitor charts a decade of upheaval in Europe – and reveals that European cohesion is now, in fact, stronger than in the pre-crisis year of 2007
Christoph Klavehn - 11 April 2019
Learn about the methodological framework of the EU Cohesion Monitor and the quest for better pan-European data.
Timor Landherr & Oliver Unverdorben - 28 March 2019
Only by comprehensively democratising the European project can we meaningfully strengthen European cohesion.
Federico Solfrini - 25 February 2019
The European Parliament election may reveal if Italians prefer the populist or far-right wing of the governing coalition
Almut Möller - 30 October 2018
Having previously been a strong supporter of European integration, Rome's current dissidence within the EU has led to a dramatic weakening of cohesion between Italy and other EU member states
Pawel Zerka - 10 August 2018
The security perceptions scorecard highlights the EU's ability and willingness to act as a security provider, depending on the region
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