Deep Dive into Russia: Russia's view on the future of arms control

Andrey Baklitskiy - 08 June 2020

Andrey Baklitsky, a consultant at PIR Center Moscow, analyses the current picture of arms control since the US withdrawal from the INF treaty and how this could impact the strategic stability in the global order and draw the Russian countermeasures.

ECFR Quarantimes #8 - with Wolfgang Schmidt

ECFR - 05 June 2020

Has the coronavirus been Europe’s ‘Hamiltonian’ moment?

Deep Dive into Russia: Russia and the OSCE-based European order

Andrey Zagorsky - 13 May 2020

This week we will have with us Andrey Zagorsky, professor at MGIMO (Moscow State Institute of International Relations) and IMEMO (the Institute of World Economy and International Relations). Andrey will speak about “Russia and the OSCE-based European order".

ECFR Quarantimes #3 - with Arancha González

ECFR - 30 April 2020

Arancha González, Spain’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation, shares her thinking on how global health can help revive multilateralism.

Borrell returns: His vision for Europe

ECFR - 22 May 2019

An exclusive ECFR Madrid interview with Josep Borrell, Spanish Foreign Minister and lead PSOE candidate for the European Parliament elections, on the European Union and his vision for it

Ivan Krastev on fears and hopes ahead of the European Parliament election

Ivan Krastev - 09 May 2019

Ivan Krastev talks from Warsaw on how voters in many EU countries are more worried about nationals leaving the country than about foreigners coming in, as a recent ECFR survey shows.

“War and Peace: Has Trump made the world more dangerous?”

Mark Leonard - 26 April 2019

Mark Leonard participates in a debate organised by The Institute of Art and Ideas (IAI) in London.

The Four Crises of Europe: Felipe González and the European Elections

José Ignacio Torreblanca - 08 April 2019

ECFR Madrid sits down with former Spanish Prime Minister Felipe González to discuss topics such as the state of the European Union ahead of May's European Parliament elections, the rise of Eurosceptic parties, Brexit, and relations with the US and Russia.

How to restore democracy in Venezuela? Interview with Felipe González

José Ignacio Torreblanca - 07 February 2019

ECFR Madrid in collaboration with Fundación Felipe González recorded a conversation between former Spanish Prime Minister Felipe González and Head of the ECFR Madrid Office José Ignacio Torreblanca on the situation in Venezuela and the legitimacy of Juan Guaidó’s claim to the presidency.

Video: A new European security in a new strategic environment

Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro - 21 June 2018

How can security be achieved in an age of connectivity?

Europe in the German Elections

- 18 September 2017

Everything you need to know about the German elections: Which parties are in the running to form a government, and what are the implications for European and foreign policy?

Macron vs. Le Pen: the French decide on Europe's future

- 05 May 2017

The showdown Macron vs. Le Pen will define France and, potentially, Europe for years to come. Watch a quick run through these two radically different policy agendas.

French Election: What foreign policy for France in 2017?

- 21 April 2017

Where the candidates stand on European and foreign policy in a 2-minute explainer video.

What does America’s new President mean for Europe?

Anthony Dworkin & Jeremy Shapiro - 10 November 2016

Jeremy Shapiro and Leslie Vinjamuri analyse Donald Trump's election victory.

US presidential election 2016

Conor Quinn & Jeremy Shapiro - 09 November 2016

Jeremy Shapiro, ECFR research director and former colleague of Hillary Clinton at the US State Department, gives his first impressions of the election result.

The world according to Europe’s insurgent parties

- 13 September 2016

Douglas Carswell, UKIP MP for Clacton, discusses how Europe's foreign policy is being affected by insurgent parties.

Scotland’s future in Europe

- 12 September 2016

Leader of the Scottish Conservatives, Ruth Davidson MSP, spells out her alternative plan for Scotland in the wake of the Brexit vote.

Future conflicts: trade, finance and migration as weapons of the 21st century

Mark Leonard - 22 July 2016

The three new battlegrounds are economic warfare, weaponising institutions, and infrastructure competition.

ECFR's Annual Council Meeting 2016 - Highlights

Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro - 07 July 2016

Over 200 serving and former European leaders discuss the future of Europe in the aftermath of the UK’s EU referendum.

How to step up Europe's digital game?

- 07 June 2016

In the digital world Europe is lagging far behind. How can it become a key player? 

EU Cohesion Monitor

Josef Janning - 13 May 2016

Josef Janning introduces the EU Cohesion Monitor and explains some of the stories hidden in its data.

How can Europe step up its digital game? #EUDigitPower

Nika Prislan - 13 May 2016

This video is part of ECFR's "Europe's Digital Power" research project

EU Cohesion Monitor launches in Berlin

Christoph Klavehn - 11 May 2016

Photos of the EU Cohesion Monitors' public launch at ProjektZentrum Berlin of Stiftung Mercator on 11 May 2016.

Brexit and Britain’s security

Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro & Nick Witney - 26 April 2016

Nigel Inkster, former MI6 board member, and Nick Witney, former chief executive of the European Defence Agency and co-director of ECFR's European Power programme, give us their perspectives.

Transatlantic relations and US presidential election

Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro - 01 April 2016

Julianne Smith from the Center for a New American Security explains the presidential nominees' plans for transatlantic relations

Britain in Europe: So near yet so far?

Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro & Susi Dennison & Almut Möller - 17 December 2015

Almut Moeller and Susi Dennison discuss the Britain in Europe Renegotiation Scorecard, and how the fourth basket around migration can be moved forward.

What is the impact of targeted sanctions?

Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro - 18 November 2015

Daniel Drezner, Professor of international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, explains.

J. Sanabria: «Naciones Unidas debe adaptarse a los tiempos de los que quiere ser contribuyente»

- 04 November 2015

El D.G. de Naciones Unidas y Derechos Humanos del MAEC nos habla sobre la trayectoria de España en la ONU y su papel en el Consejo de Seguridad

¿Alcanzará el Reino Unido el acuerdo que necesita para quedarse en la UE?

José Ignacio Torreblanca - 23 October 2015

José I. Torreblanca sobre Brexit en el BCM de ECFR el 14 de octubre de 2015 en Londres.

Joaquín Almunia y José Ignacio Torreblanca sobre el tercer rescate a Grecia

José Ignacio Torreblanca - 16 July 2015

Joaquín Almunia y José Ignacio Torreblanca analizan el futuro de Grecia tras el tercer rescate y el futuro diseño de la Eurozona.

The Med migration crisis and Libya's turmoil

- 02 June 2015

Fiona Mangan, senior programme officer at the US Institute for Peace, and Magda Mughrabi-Talhami, Libya researcher at Amnesty International, on how the EU can intervene peacefully

Analysing the General Election results

Mark Leonard - 15 May 2015

Jacqueline Minor, Peter Wilding, Professor Sara Hobolt and ECFR's Mark Leonard analyse which direction the new government may take Britain

The implications of TTIP

Josef Janning & Hans Kundnani - 30 April 2015

Colin Crouch, Professor at Warwick University, Josef Janning and Hans Kundnani  take a look at what factors the European Commission should consider in order to make the TTIP work for everyone

Video: Presentación del libro "Asaltar los cielos"

- 23 April 2015

José Ignacio Torreblanca presentó el pasado 21 de abril su nuevo libro "Asaltar los cielos, Podemos o la política después de la crisis", junto con Pepa Bueno, Belén Barreiro e Ignacio Escolar.

Mapas de las facciones en el conflicto de Libia

Mattia Toaldo - 15 April 2015

ECFR presenta un mapeo de los principales grupos políticos y militares involucrados en el conflicto Libio, resultado de las investigaciones de los analistas Mattia Toaldo y Mary Fitzgerald.

Internal resistance or external intervention?

Sophia Pugsley - 10 April 2015

A panel of experts give us their opinion on what is the best driver for political change


Does Europe need a bigger military force?

Nick Witney - 24 March 2015

Former EU High Representative, Dr. Javier Solana, ECFR's Nick Witney, and Hilmar Linnenkamp from SWP, discuss the need for "More Union in European Defence".

The British problem - View from the Capitals

Olaf Boehnke & Piotr Buras & Silvia Francescon & José Ignacio Torreblanca & Mark Leonard & Vessela Tcherneva - 13 March 2015

The heads of five of our national offices explain their national perspectives on a possible Brexit.

Vídeo: ¿Brexit o no Brexit?

- 05 March 2015

ECFR organizó el pasado mes de febrero un Black Coffee Morning en Londres con Roger Liddle, director de Policy Network, Denis MacShane, ex Ministro durante el gobierno de Tony Blair, y Mark Leonard, director de ECFR, para debatir la posible salida de Reino Unido de la UE. Puedes ver el vídeo (con subtitulos en español) de este evento a continuación:


The incurable European

Susi Dennison - 24 February 2015

Diplomat Robert Cooper, UK PSC Ambassador Angus Lapsley and ECFR's Susi Dennison, explore where and how the UK has influenced European foreign policy decision making in 2014.

To Brexit or not to Brexit

Mark Leonard - 13 February 2015

A recent ECFR Black Coffee Morning event brought together three authors of reports on the possibility of “Brexit”.