Three experts from the Chinese delegation give their opinion.
ECFR's director Mark Leonard speaks to Professor Feng Zhongping, Vice President of the China Institute of Contemporary International Relations, Professor Pan Wei, Professor at the Center for Chinese and Global Affairs at Peking University, and Francois Godement, ECFR's head of the China and Asia programme, about China's president Xi Jinping's four day visit to the UK.
The China Fantasy by James Mann
Exhibition of Ai Weiwei at the Royal Academy
Postwar: A history of Europe since 1945 by Tony Judt
Centre and Provinces – China 1978-93: Power as Non-Zero-Sum by Linda Chelan Li
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Avoiding a Pyrrhic victory for Cameron (Commentary)
The Franco-German perspective on the British referendum on the EU
ECFR's director Mark Leonard speaks to Labour MP Pat McFadden, Luke Akehurst from Labour First, and Kirsty McNeill, campaign director of Save the Children, at the annual Labour conference about new the Labour leader's foreign policy.
Has the refugee crisis pushed Britain one step closer to a “Brexit”? (Commentary)
Mark Leonard - 30 September 2015
The refugee crisis will make the campaign to keep Britain in Europe much more complicated to win.
ECFR's director Mark Leonard speaks to experts Susi Dennison and Josef Janning about the results of ECFR's Britain in Europe Renegotiation Scorecard - an exclusive survey of opinion in ten of the most critical EU member states to find how close Cameron is to securing agreement to a reform package that he can put to the British people.
You can download the survey on our dedicated page: www.ecfr.eu/europeanpower/britain
Germany does not expect a pro-active Britain (Commentary)
Josef Janning - 14 May 2015
The UK elections have not solved the British question for Europe, and thus the German headache will remain.
ECFR's director Mark Leonard speaks to Silvia Francescon, head of ECFR's Rome office, Josef Janning, senior policy fellow from ECFR's Berlin office, and Piotr Buras, head of ECFR's Warsaw office, about what the results will mean for Britain's membership of the EU and the development of the EU going forward.
Hard Choices by Hilary Clinton
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How to save EU free movement by Open Europe
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