- Daniel Levy has just written ‘Seven takeaways from the Gaza ceasefire', asking who the winners and losers from the conflict are.
- Click to watch a CNN interview with Daniel on the prospects of the ceasefire holding.
- Mark Leonard wrote ‘New world, same old Israel’, arguing that Netanyahu has failed to adapt to changes in the world around Israel.
- Fatima Ayub wrote two blog posts - ‘After Gaza, the EU needs a game changer’ and ‘Bibi wins, everyone else loses’.
- Daniel also wrote ‘Israel: living by the sword’, examining Israel’s motives in the conflict.
As I mentioned, ECFR published two papers over the last week:
- In ‘Jordanian tremors: elusive consensus, deepening discontent’, Julien Barnes-Dacey argues that economic challenges are fanning discontent in Jordan.
- In the latest in our series of National Papers, Teija Tiilikainen asks whether Finland is turning from a model EU pupil into a troublemaker. Click for the other National Papers that we’ve published as part of our Reinventing Europe project.
- Our experts across Europe previewed the EU budget summit from Germany, France, Britain, Denmark, Bulgaria and Italy.
- Waltraud Shelkle and Petros Fassoulas star in our latest ECFR agenda podcast, examining how the euro crisis has affected Germany and Britain respectively. We’d also be grateful if you could vote for us in the European podcast awards! Click here for the English podcasts and here for our Spanish language podcasts.
- Ulrich Speck wrote a guest blog that argued that the EU’s main value to Britain is geopolitical.
- Dimitar Bechev examined the politics of Croatia – soon to be the 28th EU member state – on our blog.
- Ben Judah looked into why regional governors hold such power in Putin’s Russia.
- And finally we have published more videos of key Chinese intellectuals and thinkers as part of our China 3.0 project. You can see Michael Anti talk about how the internet is bringing a new form of democracy to china; Pan Wei arguing that China desperately needs new ideas if it is to thrive; and Shi Yinhong explain his thoughts about Sino-US relations.
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