Articles

What's Left? (Commentary)

Tibor Dessewffy - 06 April 2009

The neo-liberal discourse dominant in the last three decades has collapsed. But what is the state of the European Left?

NATO: Keeping in shape at 60 (Commentary)

Daniel Korski - 04 April 2009

As NATO celebrates its 60th anniversary in Strasbourg/Kehl, Korski sets out the Alliance's challenges and how they could be addressed.

La vieja dama no puede (Commentary)

Ulrike Guérot - 03 April 2009

Perhaps it is time for a new transatlantic forum, argues Ulrike Guerot.

Bulgaria's Electoral Adventurism (Commentary)

Nicu Popescu - 01 April 2009

Bulgaria's president has campaigned for the Communist party, while MPs think that European states should learn from Azeri electoral practices.

Europe's Afghan Moment (Commentary)

Daniel Korski - 01 April 2009

The military surge in Afghanistan will fail unless it comes with a civilian surge. Europe should invest much more effort.

Europe needs an Afghan surge, too (Commentary)

Des Browne and Daniel Korski - 01 April 2009

Europe should launch its own Afghan surge to complement America's military push.

China and the Global Crisis: Will Beijing be part of the solution? (Commentary)

François Godement - 31 March 2009

The latest 'China Analysis' bulletin examines China's role in ending the global financial crisis.

Obama and Europe?s vanities (Commentary)

José Ignacio Torreblanca - 31 March 2009

What Obama wants from Europe is a solid partner in a multipolar world, not 27 photo opportunities.

The real Taliban (Commentary)

Daniel Korski - 31 March 2009

The Taliban in Afghanistan are often portrayed as a single, monolithic entity. They're not.

An open letter to EU leaders (Commentary)

- 31 March 2009

Ahead of the G20 summit, ECFR calls on EU leaders to show the vision and leadership to develop a coordinated position on the financial crisis.