Ana Ramic is the head of communications at ECFR. Ana arrived in Berlin two years ago and was most recently the stakeholder and outreach manager at the transatlantic affairs think-tank Atlantik-Brücke. From 2016-2017 she was a Robert Bosch Foundation Fellow; during the fellowship, Ana developed a new regular political series for the European broadcaster ARTE and worked on digital issues with Microsoft’s government affairs team in Berlin.
Previously, Ana spent six years at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, where she was the director of the Chicago Forum on Global Cities, an annual conference convening leaders for a cross-sector dialogue on the power and limitations of global cities.
Ana holds a double bachelor’s degree in international relations and French language and literature from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign as well as a master’s degree in international relations from the University of Chicago.
Almut Möller - 18 July 2018
The pressure is on for Paris and Berlin to deliver beyond less controversial issues like common digital, climate, or border and coastguard policies.
Ellie Geranmayeh - 16 July 2018
This July marks the third anniversary of the JCPOA, but it may also be its last. Europe must now redouble its efforts to save the Iran nuclear deal.
Teresa Coratella - 13 July 2018
Matteo Salvini has launched the "League of Leagues" - an alliance of nationalist parties across the continent. And he brings friends.
by Angela Stanzel - 12th July, 2018
China’s priorities are shifting towards the containment of security threats in its region, and Europe should capitalise on this trend.
by Camille Boullenois, Jiakun Jack Zhang, Melanie Hart, Blaine Johnson, Earl Wang - 20th June, 2018
Four views from our authors on Chinese and Taiwanese views of the roots of Trump's strategy and trade policy, and Chinese blind spots
by Adam Baron - 12th June, 2018
The northern province can act as a model for the rest of the country, if international actors, including Europe, learn its lessons.
by Kadri Liik - 21st May, 2018
The path to winning the normative war will not go so much through countering Russia as through improving Europe’s resilience and reinvigorating its model
Jeremy Shapiro covers for Mark Leonard and speaks with Ulrike Franke, Manuel Lafont Rapnouil and Piotr Buras, about what this means and what the Trump-Putin meeting might bring. The podcast was recorded on 12 July 2018.
Mark Leonard speaks with Julien Barnes-Dacey and Tarek Megerisi about the Libyan conflict, the impact of the Paris summit, and Europe’s fight over migration policies in the country. The podcast was recorded on 29 June 2018.
Conférence publique avec Hashim Thaci, Président de la République du Kosovo, modérée par Sylvie Kauffmann, Directrice éditoriale au Monde.
Urban Ahlin, Speaker of the Swedish Riksdag, makes the case for how Europeans can start to stand up for its own interests and the international order that underpins it.
Event recording from 28.06.2018 at ECFR Berlin.
Mark Leonard speaks with Adam Baron, Ellie Geranmayeh and Julien Barnes-Dacey about Yemen caught in the midst of a regional conflict between Iran and Saudi Arabia. The podcast was recorded on 19 June 2018.
A follow-up discussion to “China at the gates: A new power audit of EU – China relations” by François Godement & Abigaël Vasselier. Speaker is François Godement and chair Mark Leonard.
Mark Leonard speaks with Josef Janning, Silvia Francescon, Piotr Buras and Manuel Lafont Rapnouil about the major rift between German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her interior minister over migrant policy.
L'Ordre du jour by Eric Vuillard
The Miracle Of Mindfulness by Thich Nhat Hanh
Utopia for Realists: And How We Can Get There by Rutger Bregman
The Mask it Wears by Pankaj Mishra
Marc Bassets, corresponsal de El País en París, aporta su visión acerca de cómo los medios de comunicación ven la política exterior del presidente Macron en Oriente Medio.
Mark Leonard comments on the new EU-Japan trade deal, EU's largest ever trade deal, for the NYT.