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Carla Moll is a coordinator for strategic partnerships at the European Council on Foreign Relations, based in the Berlin Office. She supports the partnerships team in pursuing opportunities and managing strategic partnerships throughout ECFR’s Programmes and National Offices, such as the Africa programme and the Madrid office.

Prior to ECFR, Moll worked in the advertising and marketing sector in London as a Senior Account Manager for different big brands commercialised globally. She holds a MA in International Relations & Diplomacy from SOAS with a focus on Middle Eastern & African politics as well as EU-China investment relations.


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  • The EU meets China: united we stand?

    François Godement - 28 November, 2007

    The EU delegation has prepared an unusually full agenda for the annual EU-China Summit. However, there is a real danger they will go home empty-handed, and the Chinese will hijack the event to lecture about Taiwan and the Dalai Lama.

    Steps toward an EU-NATO link

    Daniel Korski - 27 November, 2007

    The EU and NATO have a new opportunity to collaborate in ways that would help both organizations deal with fragile and failing states. But it will require practical steps to overcome ideological opposition to greater cooperation.

    Ukraine: Finally a new Parliament, but no new government

    Andrew Wilson - 26 November, 2007

    The new Ukrainian parliament finally assembled on Friday, 23 November, almost two months after the elections. It then immediately adjourned until Thursday 29 November. An update on Ukraine's complex political developments.

    A cool response to Sarkozy's EU agenda

    Andrew Duff - 20 November, 2007

    Since it was first mooted in the summer, the Sarkozy proposal for a new round of arguments about the future of Europe has been met with growing consternation.

    Balkan ghosts still haunt Europe

    Daniel Korski - 20 November, 2007

    Even though Europe's foreign policy reach is now truly global, talks on Kosovo's independence have seen Balkan ghosts return to haunt Europe.

    ECFR makes its pitch in Sofia

    19 November, 2007

    ECFR launched its Bulgarian office today with an international conference attended by leading academics and foreign policy thinkers.

    Two cheers for Gordon Brown's speech

    Daniel Korski - 13 November, 2007

    Gordon Brown has laid out his foreign policy vision, including on Europe. But he missed two key elements: a strong, positive case for enlargement and arguments for the Lisbon Treaty

    German Foreign Minister addresses official launch event

    Berlin launch conference - 12 November, 2007

    In front of a 600-person audience, leading ECFR council members conducted a lively discussion on the future of a common EU foreign policy. German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier gave a keynote address.

    German Foreign Minister addresses ECFR launch

    Berlin Launch event - 9 November, 2007

    In his keynote address to ECFR's Berlin launch conference, Frank-Walter Steinmeier called for a stronger and more united European Union foreign policy.

    A Power Audit of EU-Russia relations

    Mark Leonard, Nicu Popescu - 7 November, 2007

    Despite its economic strength and military might, the EU has begun to behave as if it were subordinate to an increasingly assertive Russia.

    A ?Power Audit? of EU 27-Russia relations

    Mark Leonard, Nicu Popescu - 7 November, 2007

    Despite its economic strength and military might, the EU has begun to behave as if it were subordinate to an increasingly assertive Russia. Read ECFR's "Power Audit" of EU-Russia relations.

    Guardian: Russia as the new Donald Rumsfeld

    Mark Leonard and Nicu Popescu - 7 November, 2007

    Russia has emerged as the most divisive issue in the European Union since Donald Rumsfeld split the European club into ?new' and ?old' member states. Read an opinion piece published through Project Syndicate.