Mark Leonard - 5 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.
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.
Jeremy Shapiro - 8 September, 2017
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…
Nick Witney - 30 August, 2017
What do we know about Brexit?
Christoph Klavehn - 17 August, 2017
By leaving the EU Britain gives up unique ties and influence with its EU partners. They are fast adapting.
Christel Zunneberg - 16 August, 2017
The Franco-German axis, the Big Three and the Weimar Triangle, are all well-known constellations of European heavyweights. ECFR’s EU28 Survey allows for dissecting the complex relations within ‘the Big Six’, evaluating these and other bilateral and…
Frank-Walter Steinmeier - 30 June, 2017
Speech by German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier to mark ECFR's tenth anniversary.
Mark Leonard - 29 June, 2017
ECFR’s director Mark Leonard talks with Brendan Cox, a humanitarian campaigner and the widower of MP Jo Cox, about his fight against political extremism. The podcast was recorded on 27th June 2017. Bookshelf: Brendan Cox, Jo Cox: More in Common Sheryl Sandberg, Option B:…
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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?
Britain in Europe Monitor
Mark Leonard - 22 January, 2016
Is time of complacency over for David Cameron?
Nick Witney - 5 November, 2015
Eight things "Out" campaigners won’t tell you about the foreign policy implications of Brexit
Lívia Franco - 29 October, 2015
Portugal is one of the UK’s oldest allies, but changing domestic politics and contrasting views on the European project make unqualified reform support unlikely
The Franco-German perspective on the British referendum on the EU
Mark Leonard - 30 September, 2015
The refugee crisis will make the campaign to keep Britain in Europe much more complicated to win.