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.
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.
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.
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.
19 November, 2007
ECFR launched its Bulgarian office today with an international conference attended by leading academics and foreign policy thinkers.
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.
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.
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.
European states should now increase conditional engagement with the Houthis, looking to widen political and humanitarian space on the ground.
by Andrew Wilson - 17th September, 2020
The EU should make use of its significant leverage in Georgia and Moldova to counter their ruling parties’ extensive repertoire of electoral dirty tricks
by Janka Oertel - 07th September, 2020
In its remaining months, the German Council presidency could use this momentum to create institutional structures to improve the EU’s capacity to act.
by Andrew Lebovich - 26th August, 2020
The Alliance aimed to integrate security, development, and governance perspectives but has struggled to find coherence and effectiveness.
by Mark Leonard - 12th August, 2020
The shock of covid-19 in Britain may end the culture-wars politics set off by the Brexit referendum
by Carla Hobbs (ed.) - 30th July, 2020
The EU cannot continue to rely on its regulatory power but must become a tech superpower in its own right. Referees do not win the game.
by Sajad Jiyad - 28th July, 2020
Europe should help the Kadhimi government undertake political and economic reform, increase its geopolitical autonomy, and take on a greater security role
The EU Coalition Explorer survey reveals the importance of Germany and France within the EU, and the impact they can have when they cooperate with each other.
by Pawel Zerka - 08th July, 2020
ECFR research into how EU member states and institutions worked together at the height of covid-19 confirms Germany was the bloc’s undisputed crisis leader
by Anthony Dworkin - 03rd July, 2020
North African countries, each for their own reasons, are increasingly turning their attention towards sub-Saharan Africa.
by Jonathan Hackenbroich, Jeremy Shapiro, and Tara Varma - 29th June, 2020
Europe must improve its early warning systems, supply chain resilience, medical R&D, and cyber security and technology, to act decisively in future emergencies
by Susi Dennison, Pawel Zerka - 29th June, 2020
A new survey shows that, after the onset of the covid-19 crisis, there has been a rise in public support for unified EU action to tackle global threats
Europe’s digital transformation and sovereignty has become a question of existential importance. But what does it actually mean to be digital sovereign? Host Mark Leonard is joined by Marietje Schaake, President of the CyberPeace Institute and International Policy Director…
9 October, 2020
The Covid-19 pandemic has shaken the EU’s conception of order and exposed a gap between European aspirations and actions. Firstly, Europeans are confronted with the fact that raw power, not rules, is the main factor determining today’s global dynamics. Secondly,…
2 October, 2020
The contested Nagorno-Karabakh region is at the heart of a decades-long armed standoff between neighbours Armenia and Azerbaijan. The heavy clashes seen last week prompted fears that the dispute could spark yet again another war in the…
29 September, 2020
What is the best strategy for de-escalation? Will Europe be able to overcome its internal divisions on East Med?
In the eastern Mediterranean, a scramble is under way between countries in the region for access to recently discovered gas fields, often overlapping with wider battle lines across the Middle East, historical tensions and far-back-reaching sentiments. Following up on last…
Ibrahim Kalin | Mark Leonard - 17 September, 2020
Virtual talk on 17 September 2020 with Ibrahim Kalin on Turkey's position in the current Eastern Mediterranean conflict, the risks of military escalation and prospects for a dialogue with Europe.
Mark Leonard - 17 September, 2020
Ursula von der Leyen’s first State of the European Union speech was as long as it was broad in topics and calls for action. Host Mark Leonard is joined by Alexander Stubb, ECFR Board Member, Director of the European University Institute’s School of Transnational…
Although US President Donald Trump’s efforts to undermine the election are shameless, they are still more subtle than the outright election rigging that one finds in places like Belarus. Like other authoritarian leaders, Trump is deploying a new anti-democratic politics…