Vessela Tcherneva - 04 July 2018
A divided EU - with an unstable Germany, a UK on its way out and renegade central eastern member states - is only of interest to the US as an ally in competition with Russia and China
Mathieu Duchâtel & Angela Stanzel - 08 August 2018
France, Germany, Italy, and the UK are strengthening their economic defences against China. Will more follow?
Julien Barnes-Dacey - 25 July 2018
As the war in Syria continues the focus is now on rooting out Iran rather than ousting Assad
Ellie Geranmayeh - 16 July 2018
This July marks the third anniversary of the JCPOA, but it may also be its last. Europe must now redouble its efforts to save the Iran nuclear deal.
Tareq Baconi - 28 June 2018
The Sahel would benefit from new multilateral institutions that head off instability by addressing the problems of environmental stress in the region
Katarzyna Pelczynska-Nalecz & Piotr Buras - 26 June 2018
The struggle for the rule of law in Poland has reached a critical stage - what will the EU do about it?
Almut Möller - 29 June 2018
Take a look at the German party system – including the AfD’s role as largest opposition party – to understand the faultlines running under the chatter about Merkel.
Joanna Hosa & Jeremy Shapiro & Vessela Tcherneva & Nick Witney - 06 July 2018
Our experts pick out four main topics to pay attention to ahead of the NATO Summit in Brussels
Josef Janning - 09 July 2018
EU policy professionals prioritise EU-internal topics over traditional foreign policy according to latest results of ECFR’s EU28 Survey
Piotr Buras - 11 July 2018
The EU has thus far been unable to prevent democratic backsliding - what will it do in Hungary and Poland?
Daniel Stefanov - 27 June 2018
The 22 June migration mini-summit only underlined differences of national approaches to the crisis - but it will take creative thinking to solve it
Carl Bildt - 01 August 2018
The war in Donbas is Europe's worst active conflict - a referendum would not help
Almut Möller - 18 July 2018
The pressure is on for Paris and Berlin to deliver beyond less controversial issues like common digital, climate, or border and coastguard policies.
Nick Witney - 25 June 2018
EU members may not feel they can trust the Brits on defence. But the UK’s past reliability on this front suggests they should
Teresa Coratella - 13 July 2018
Matteo Salvini has launched the "League of Leagues" - an alliance of nationalist parties across the continent. And he brings friends.