Susi Dennison - 03 March 2016
Susi Dennison - 18 January 2016
Cologne attacks embolden UK's eurosceptic forces ahead of British EU referendum
Susi Dennison - 04 December 2015
London has steered clear of internal EU divisions over burden sharing, but is willing to engage externally on refugee crisis
Susi Dennison - 26 November 2015
The demands have been issued: how has Europe received the UK's renegotiation agenda?
Susi Dennison - 20 November 2015
With crisis in the neighbourhood directly impacting on the EU like never before, is the new European Neighbourhood Policy able to keep up?
Susi Dennison - 17 November 2015
Renewed focus on foreign policy responses on migration following Valetta and Paris attacks brings London back into the picture
Susi Dennison - 06 November 2015
On the surface, London gained a reform ally but differences remain on migration
Susi Dennison - 29 September 2015
The UK used its opt-out on refugee quotas, but crisis may have far-reaching consequences for its future
Susi Dennison & Dina Pardijs & Nick Witney - 22 September 2015
ECFR experts highlight ten key areas of attention for policy makers dealing with the refugee crisis.
Susi Dennison & Josef Janning & Mark Leonard & Dick Oosting - 03 September 2015
ECFR's director Mark Leonard speaks to ECFR's CEO Dick Oosting, experts Susi Dennison and Josef Janning, about how the different EU countries deal with the crisis, Germany's role and how other countries might respond.
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