Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro - 21 June 2018
How can security be achieved in an age of connectivity?
Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro & Richard Gowan - 10 May 2018
Richard Gowan gives his thoughts.
Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro - 21 September 2016
High-level officials and analysts discuss the challenges facing Tunisia's transition, and the development of the political process in Libya.
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.
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.
Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro - 22 April 2016
Nick Grono and Dr. Katharine Jones discuss what role Europe can play in ensuring the protection of the Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro - 14 April 2016
Powerhouse, menace or next Japan? Arthur R. Kroeber, founder of the Gavekal Dragonomics research service and editor of China Economic Quarterly, explains where China's economy might be heading.
Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro - 01 April 2016
Julianne Smith from the Center for a New American Security explains the presidential nominees' plans for transatlantic relations
Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro - 23 March 2016
Julian Borger, world affairs editor for The Guardian, and Philippe Sands QC, professor of law at UCL, discuss the ICTY and its efficacy.
Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro - 18 March 2016
Richard Nephew from the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University takes a look at the openings and challenges for Europe and the US .
Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro & Kadri Liik - 08 March 2016
Kadri Liik gives her analysis on Russia's intervention in the Middle East.
Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro - 03 March 2016
Dmitry Suslov, Programme Director at Valdai International Discussion Club, gives his analysis.
Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro - 25 February 2016
Iona Craig, Nawal al-Maghafi, and Adam Baron, discuss how Europe can help solve the crisis.
Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro - 05 February 2016
Journalist and Sinai researcher Mohannad Sabry explains Egyptian president al-Sisi's approach to the war on terror, and its consequences.
Asli Aydıntaşbaş & Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro - 22 January 2016
Aslı Aydıntaşbaş, journalist and visiting fellow at ECFR, explains whether the recent migration deal with the EU is workable
Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro - 15 January 2016
Participants of ECFR's MENA Forum discuss how the EU can assist Syria in resolving the crisis
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.
Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro - 15 December 2015
Minxin Pei, Director of the Keck Center, explains whether China might become a democracy, or whether it's more likely that China will become a more authoritarian state.
Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro - 14 December 2015
Pascal Lamy, former Director-General of the World Trade Organisation, explains the challenges in Japan-EU trade relations, and Haruko Satoh, Professor at Osaka University, what part culture plays in the bilateral relations.
Yoichi Kato, national security correspondent for the Asahi Shimbun, explains if, and where Japan and Europe could join forces.
Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro - 04 December 2015
Former Federal President of Germany, Christian Wulff, on Japan-EU relations.
Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro - 01 December 2015
Jonathan Fenby, Co-Founder of Trusted Sources, explains whether reforms in the Chinese market are likely and why progress is stagnating.
Katharina Botel-Azzinnaro - 18 November 2015
Daniel Drezner, Professor of international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, explains.
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