Jeremy Shapiro - 31 October 2018
On 6 November, Americans will head to the polls in congressional elections widely seen as a test of Donald Trump's presidency. The stakes are high for Trump - will he become unleashed or unhinged?
Josef Janning - 25 October 2018
EU member states are increasingly disappointed with Warsaw and Budapest who will encounter difficulties to find like-minded partners to shape EU policy beyond their veto coaltion.
Silvia González & José Ignacio Torreblanca - 24 October 2018
Spain's far-right party Vox draws the country into the continent's growing anti-European league
Kristi Raik - 15 October 2018
The rise of the right-wing party EKRE in Estonia is putting in question the country's political landscape ahead of the parliamentary elections in March
Josef Janning - 04 October 2018
Berlin can no longer afford to float ideas that have no practical consequences, and keep muddling through
Pawel Zerka - 19 September 2018
Brussels insiders may look askance at Polish entreaties to Donald Trump. But western EU member states share some of the blame for strained relations too
Sebastian Dullien - 14 September 2018
It seems we have not learned the lessons of the recent past and may be doomed to repeat them in the future
Josef Janning - 07 September 2018
ECFR’s new EU28 survey points to a bigger role for Sweden inside the EU – if it can break out of its Nordic comfort zone
Jeremy Shapiro - 05 September 2018
Despite the promises of globalisation, cosmopolitan politics only takes you so far. In an age of nationalism, it is not a good idea to look to outside forces for help with internal problems.
Pawel Zerka - 31 August 2018
The Sweden Democrats are set to lose the election – but win the power of kingmaker.
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