Experts & Staff: Alumni


Thomas Klau

Former Senior Policy Fellow


Thomas Klau used to work for ECFR as Senior Policy Fellow and Head of the Paris office.

 

 

 


By Thomas Klau

  • Eurowybory – Perspektywa Paryża

    Thomas Klau - 14 April, 2014

    Thomas Klau komentuje rozczarowanie wielu Francuzów wobec polityki wewnętrznej i europejskiej przez wyborami do Parlamentu Europejskiego

    La inquietud francesa y el malestar europeo

    Thomas Klau - 9 April, 2014

    De todas las principales democracias de la UE, Francia parece hoy una de las más vulnerables al éxito de una extrema derecha que podría sacudir los cimientos de la Quinta República y transformar la política europea.

    Elezioni europee: il punto di vista di Parigi

    Thomas Klau - 1 April, 2014

    Le ansie francesi e l’inquietudine europea: un'analisi delle elezioni amministrative francesi, di Marine Le Pen e della politica francese

    Reinventing Europe - Three French conundrums: the voters, the president, and the country

    Thomas Klau - 13 December, 2012

    As part of the ’Reinventing Europe' project, ECFR is publishing a series of papers on the national debates within EU member states over the crisis and the future direction of Europe. In the fourteenth of the series Thomas Klau analyses the situation in France.  

    The view from the capitals: the EU budget summit

    21 November, 2012

    On Thursday EU leaders will meet in Brussels to discuss the EU budget for the next seven years. ECFR experts in Spain, the UK, Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Germany and Italy tell us what to expect.   

    How France and Germany can make Europe work

    Ulrike Guérot, Thomas Klau - 16 May, 2012

    Hollande and Merkel should launch an ambitious EU reform programme

    Hollande has reinvented politics in Europe

    Thomas Klau - 8 May, 2012

    The implosion of Greece's party political landscape and the victory of François Hollande in France transformed the political debate in Europe. Moreover, both events act as a catalyst for a political reinvention of the eurozone and an emergence of a transnational…

    Preparing for President Hollande

    Thomas Klau - 24 April, 2012

    The prospect of a victory by François Hollande may be causing nervousness in Berlin and elsewhere, but the socialist candidate in the French presidential elections is a natural compromise-builder, and Europe should have no real reason to fear his victory.  

    France deserves better than this

    Thomas Klau - 20 April, 2012

    As France votes in the first round of its presidential elections, the French people have been denied an analytically, politically honest and comprehensive engagement by the politicians with the real issues at hand in France and Europe.  

    A deepening crisis requires further integration

    Thomas Klau - 17 November, 2011

    The economic crisis is now at a critical point, and Europe's leaders must chose between a federated eurozone power or yielding to the power of the markets and economic and political disruption.  

    Merci, mon Général, bonjour Monsieur Monnet

    Thomas Klau - 26 October, 2011

    Throughout the Eurozone crisis, France has been well served by its decisive presidential system. But as thoughts turn to reforming the way the Eurozone works, France must come to terms with the power implications of a more federal system.  

    Should the euro be abolished?

    Thomas Klau - 29 July, 2011

    In this contribution to an online Economist debate on the future of the euro, Thomas Klau argues that the single currency is indispensible if Europe is to punch its weight on the global stage in the 21st century.  

  • Eurowybory – Perspektywa Paryża

    Thomas Klau - 14 April, 2014

    Thomas Klau komentuje rozczarowanie wielu Francuzów wobec polityki wewnętrznej i europejskiej przez wyborami do Parlamentu Europejskiego

    La inquietud francesa y el malestar europeo

    Thomas Klau - 9 April, 2014

    De todas las principales democracias de la UE, Francia parece hoy una de las más vulnerables al éxito de una extrema derecha que podría sacudir los cimientos de la Quinta República y transformar la política europea.

    Elezioni europee: il punto di vista di Parigi

    Thomas Klau - 1 April, 2014

    Le ansie francesi e l’inquietudine europea: un'analisi delle elezioni amministrative francesi, di Marine Le Pen e della politica francese

    Reinventing Europe - Three French conundrums: the voters, the president, and the country

    Thomas Klau - 13 December, 2012

    As part of the ’Reinventing Europe' project, ECFR is publishing a series of papers on the national debates within EU member states over the crisis and the future direction of Europe. In the fourteenth of the series Thomas Klau analyses the situation in France.  

    The view from the capitals: the EU budget summit

    21 November, 2012

    On Thursday EU leaders will meet in Brussels to discuss the EU budget for the next seven years. ECFR experts in Spain, the UK, Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Germany and Italy tell us what to expect.   

    Hollande has reinvented politics in Europe

    Thomas Klau - 8 May, 2012

    The implosion of Greece's party political landscape and the victory of François Hollande in France transformed the political debate in Europe. Moreover, both events act as a catalyst for a political reinvention of the eurozone and an emergence of a transnational…

    Preparing for President Hollande

    Thomas Klau - 24 April, 2012

    The prospect of a victory by François Hollande may be causing nervousness in Berlin and elsewhere, but the socialist candidate in the French presidential elections is a natural compromise-builder, and Europe should have no real reason to fear his victory.  

    France deserves better than this

    Thomas Klau - 20 April, 2012

    As France votes in the first round of its presidential elections, the French people have been denied an analytically, politically honest and comprehensive engagement by the politicians with the real issues at hand in France and Europe.  

    A deepening crisis requires further integration

    Thomas Klau - 17 November, 2011

    The economic crisis is now at a critical point, and Europe's leaders must chose between a federated eurozone power or yielding to the power of the markets and economic and political disruption.  

    Merci, mon Général, bonjour Monsieur Monnet

    Thomas Klau - 26 October, 2011

    Throughout the Eurozone crisis, France has been well served by its decisive presidential system. But as thoughts turn to reforming the way the Eurozone works, France must come to terms with the power implications of a more federal system.  

    Should the euro be abolished?

    Thomas Klau - 29 July, 2011

    In this contribution to an online Economist debate on the future of the euro, Thomas Klau argues that the single currency is indispensible if Europe is to punch its weight on the global stage in the 21st century.  

    Two challenges for Europe's politicians

    Thomas Klau - 21 July, 2011

    The longer term challenges for Europe's politicians are to contest real power at a European level and be honest with voters about the issues confronting the continent in the 21st century.