Josef Janning (editor)
- 20 September, 2016
This volume reflects the diversity of European cohesion. It provides the national context and personal assessments from 28 EU member states.
Susi Dennison, Dina Pardijs - 27 June, 2016
A political tsunami is on the horizon driven by more referenda - meet the insurgent parties calling for them.
Susi Dennison, Dina Pardijs - 20 June, 2016
A British exit from the EU could jeopardise the jobs, homes, and healthcare of the 1.2 million Brits living in Europe, according to new research from ECFR.
Josef Janning - 11 May, 2016
A new study from ECFR shows that, perhaps surprisingly, between 2007 and 2014, cohesion among EU member states has improved, even after years of crises.
Sebastian Dullien - 28 April, 2016
Europe can more sustainably and cost-efficiently handle refugee arrivals by centralising management at a European level
Ulrike Esther Franke, Mark Leonard - 20 January, 2016
Why migration, finance and trade are the geo-economic battlegrounds of the future
Nick Witney - 5 November, 2015
British exit from the EU would have serious foreign policy consequences – both for Britain and for the rest of Europe
ECFR - 28 September, 2015
The scorecard assesses the support that components of the reform agenda enjoy in Europe’s capitals.
Susi Dennison, Nick Witney - 23 June, 2015
Europe’s European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) needs drastic reform to deal with a region characterised by conflict, counter-revolution, and extremism
Mark Leonard - 11 March, 2015
With the prospect of a referendum before 2017, a British Exit from the EU led by a Europhobic elite is a real possibility – with disasterous consequences.
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