The Brexit threat to Britain's defence industry (Commentary)
Nick Witney - 01 February 2018
ECFR Policy Fellow Ulrike Franke speaks with Mark Leonard, former MP Douglas Alexander, and ECFR’s Senior Policy Fellow Nick Witney, about Britain’s future vision of EU-UK security cooperation after Brexit. The podcast was recorded on 13.12.2017 in Berlin.
The Shardlake Series by C. J. Sampson
Poverty Safari by Darren McGarvey
Lecture on David Cameron’s relationship with the EU by Sir Ivan Rogers
How to avert the looming Brexit crisis (Commentary)
Nick Witney - 14 November 2017
Europe must help May sugar-coat the very bitter pills the Brits are going to have to swallow.
ECFR’s Anthony Dworkin is joined by Gary Gibbon, the political editor of Channel 4 News, and Susi Dennison, the head of ECFR's European Power programme, to discuss what the Tories, Britain and the EU want after Brexit.
The podcast was recorded on 6th October 2017.
Yanis Varoufakis, Adults in the Room: My Battle With Europe’s Deep Establishment
Ivan Krastev, After Europe
Graham Stewart, Burying Caesar : Churchill, Chamberlain And The Battle For The Tory Party
Gary Younge, Another Day in the Death of America
Oona Hathaway and Scott Shapiro, The Internationalists
How Britain Lost Its Cool (Commentary)
Mark Leonard - 05 October 2017
In the past 20 years, the UK and Germany have switched positions, with the latter now representing openness while the former has come to embody backward-looking nationalism. But there is no reason to believe that the two countries won't swap places again.
May must withstand Johnson's bonfire of the vanities (Commentary)
Nick Witney - 20 September 2017
If she does not, the Johnson sabotage effort will have succeeded, and the outlook for the negotiations and the country’s future will be grim indeed.
Recent dramatic changes in the international and European energy landscape –deteriorating EU-Russia relations, an increasingly ‘energy-dominant’ US, the Qatar crisis, and energy market volatility – once again throw the security of UK and European energy supply into the spotlight. Central Europe has been at the crossroads of many of these crises and learned to adapt its strategies. What lessons can the UK draw from experiences in Central Europe?
Wojciech Jakóbik, Analyst and Editor-in-Chief, BiznesAlert.com
Dr Chi-Kong Chyong, Research Associate and Director of Energy Policy Forum, University of Cambridge
Chaired by: Jeremy Shapiro, Research Director, ECFR
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Midterms, sanctions, INF: where do we stand with US-Russia Relations?
London - 09 Nov 18
Developments in US-Russia relations
Book Presentation: “Preventing Palestine”: A Discussion with Seth Anziska
London - 11 Oct 18
With Seth Anziska, University College London
Moderated by Hugh Lovatt, ECFR Policy Fellow
Thursday 11 October, 12.30-13.30 (registration from 12.15)
ECFR, 4th floor, Tennyson House, 159-165 Great Portland St, London W1W 5PA
Yemen after Geneva: What future for peace efforts in Yemen?
London - 10 Oct 18
Wednesday 10 October 2018, 09:00-10:00 (registration from 08.45)
Venue: ECFR, 4th Floor, Tennyson House, 159-165 Great Portland Street, London W1W 5PA
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Widening security ties in the Sahel and North Africa
London - 02 Oct 18
Examining the shifting political and security linkages across the Sahel and North Africa
The new Indo-pacific: America, China, India and the future geopolitics of Asia
London - 07 Sep 18
Discussion on Asia's rapidly changing geopolitical scene
Battle for Hudayda: A defining moment for the future of Yemen?
London - 09 Jul 18
Discussion on the trajectory and consequences of the ongoing offensive in Hudayda, its potential effects on the humanitarian crisis, the challenges of stabilization, and its place within ongoing UN-led peace effort
May's vision for Brexit fails to see the big picture (Commentary)
Mark Leonard - 18 January 2017
Mark Leonard speaks with Tom Nuttall, The Economist's Charlemagne columnist, about Theresa May's Brexit speech.
Tell me something I don't know: Why some Brexit leaks matter more than others (Commentary)
Camilla Macdonald - 17 November 2016
It is not the absence of a strategy that is most troubling, but the fact that the government appears to be going into the negotiations with aims that are intellectually incoherent, even delusional.
The High Court ruling is not a victory for ‘soft’ Brexit (Commentary)
Camilla Macdonald - 08 November 2016
It is hard to see what ‘red lines’ could be imposed on the government, but the ruling could be an important victory for thought and reflection over rabble rousing on both sides.
The way forward: UK digital policies and Brexit (Part I) (Commentary)
Stefan Soesanto - 04 October 2016
The digital challenges related to Brexit are stark but clear. There is no excuse for any policy misstep from May's government.
Merkel keeping one eye on Britain's "UK first" approach (Commentary)
Almut Möller - 15 September 2016
As much as Berlin would like to prevent negotiations with the UK turning sour, it is hard to envisage any other outcome.
The UK government's Brexit strategy: What we know so far (Commentary)
Susi Dennison - 06 September 2016
Theresa May seems to be looking for a compromise around freedom of movement in order to retain access to the Single Market.
Boris Johnson the Counter-Revolutionary (Commentary)
Mark Leonard - 04 August 2016
Johnson did more than anyone to bury Britain’s European future; but his ultra-flexibility may yet prove to be its salvation.
Europe seen from the outside - the British view (Commentary)
Mark Leonard - 04 August 2016
The next phase of European integration must engage with - and provide safeguards against - the dark side of interdependence. Otherwise Brexit will be just the beginning.