Anthony Dworkin - 15 February, 2019
The optics of the EU-Arab League summit could prove difficult for European leaders. Yet they barely agree on what they themselves want from it
4 December, 2018
25 October, 2018
10 October, 2018
2 October, 2018
Chris Raggett - 19 July, 2018
The UK’s flawed anti-corruption regime has an impact on its global role. A new round of reforms could help strengthen the rule of law at home and abroad.
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War and pieces: Political divides in southern Yemen
London - 06 Feb 20
A lunch discussion on the recent challenges emerging from the Yemeni conflict and the EU's role
Repatriating the children of ISIS members: the need for a pan-European effort
London - 06 Nov 19
An off-the-record discussion on the need for a pan-European effort for repatriating the children of ISIS members
Supporting Israeli-Palestinian Civil Society: What is the Future of International Funding?
London - 08 Oct 19
A lunchtime discussion on the future of international funding for Israeli-Palestinian NGOs and the challenges it faces
Artificial Intelligence and autonomy in warfare: the European approach
London - 03 Sep 19
A discussion workshop on Artificial Intelligence’s impact on geopolitics and warfare and what it means for Europe
Expecting the Unexpected?: the UK & the 2019 European elections
London - 21 May 19
With the UK now participating in the European Parliament elections, commentators have touted them as second referendum on Brexit. But what will mobilise voters to turn out, and what should we expect from the outcome? Will an anti-EU block emerge as the new political force, or will younger, pro-Europeans mobilise around an optimistic and progressive vision for Europe? and what does the result mean for the of Europe?
Turkey and the Transatlantic Alliance: Navigating Challenges and Opportunities in the Middle East
London - 25 Apr 19
How can differences between the US, EU, and Turkey be successful navigated in the Middle East?
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.
Camilla Macdonald - 8 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.
Stefan Soesanto - 4 October, 2016
The digital challenges related to Brexit are stark but clear. There is no excuse for any policy misstep from May's government.
Note from Berlin
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.
Susi Dennison - 6 September, 2016
Theresa May seems to be looking for a compromise around freedom of movement in order to retain access to the Single Market.
Mark Leonard - 4 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.
Nick Witney - 14 July, 2016
In the absence of a comprehensive framework for post-Brexit defence cooperation between the UK and EU 27, the forgotten Letter of Intent agreement could provide a useful stop-gap.