Hans Kundnani used to work for ECFR as Editor and Research Director.
Europe’s image and soft power continues to fade around the world but Europe's foreign policy did not unravel in 2012. The EU managed to preserve the essence of its acquis diplomatique.
Hans Kundnani - 03 September 2012
As the eurozone begins a process of accelerated integration and British Prime Minister David Cameron comes under increasing pressure from Eurosceptic Conservative MPs and public opinion, a moment of truth may come sooner rather than later. So does the United Kingdom have a European future?
Hans Kundnani - 30 August 2012
As speculation about a Greek exit from the eurozone continues, Germany is pushing ahead with plans for a new treaty that might result in a transformation of the EU - or its disintegration.
Séminaire du 2 juin à la représentation de la Commission européenne en France
Panel 1: Competing Leaderships? The Franco-German Couple in the European Union and Eurozone
- Hans Kundnani, Senior Transatlantlic Fellow, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
- Hans Stark, Secrétaire Général du Comité d'Etudes des Relations Franco-Allemandes (Cerfa), Institut français des relations internationales
- Arthur Sode, Macroéconomiste à France Stratégie
Despite its structural power at EU level, the German coalition government led by Angela Merkel has failed to come up with a sound response to two of its vital interests: sustainable reform of the euro zone and the refugee question. With elections looming in 2017, can Merkel keep the coalition afloat? Hans Kundnani, Senior Transatlantic Fellow with GMF’s Europe programme, and Mark Leonard, Director of ECFR, discuss.
Prof Lord Giddens, sociologist and former Director of the LSE, and Hans Kundnani, Research Director at ECFR, discuss German power and its implications for the future of the European Union.
Mark Leonard talks to Hans Kundnani, Andrew Wilson and Stefan Meister about the latest events in Ukraine, Germany's Russia policy and how all this is related to eurosceptics.