by Pawel Zerka & Susi Dennison & Ulrike Esther Franke - 23rd July, 2018
Great power competition is increasingly shaping Europeans’ security environment, while other security threats are also on the rise, from terrorism and cyber attacks to climate change.
by Findings of a reflection group led by Marta Dassù, Wolfgang Ischinger, Pierre Vimont, and Robert Cooper. Edited by Susi Dennison - 20th March, 2018
by Susi Dennison & Ulrike Esther Franke & Manuel Lafont Rapnouil - 21st June, 2017
Edited by Ulrike Esther Franke, Manuel Lafont Rapnouil & Susi Dennison
by Susi Dennison & Dina Pardijs & Jeremy Shapiro - 17th October, 2016
European leaders are underestimating the danger that Trump presents to the transatlantic alliance and assuming too much continuity in the event of a Clinton presidency.
Susi Dennison & Dina Pardijs - 27th June, 2016
A political tsunami is on the horizon driven by more referenda - meet the insurgent parties calling for them.
Susi Dennison & Dina Pardijs - 20th 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.
Susi Dennison & Mark Leonard & Nick Witney - 16th May, 2016
A British exit from the EU would make it harder to fight crime and terrorism, reduce Britain’s ability to lead and influence its partners, and weaken NATO
Susi Dennison & Josef Janning - 28th April, 2016
The EU should broaden the scope of what is expected of member states on burden sharing on refugee crisis
by Susi Dennison & Dina Pardijs - 14th April, 2016
In the midst of a Schengen crisis, how do Europe's member states see the future of Europe's visa-free travel area?
by Dennison et al. - 28th January, 2016
The sixth ECFR Foreign Policy Scorecard highlights the EU's diminishing ability to influence its neighbours, and the neighbourhood's growing impact on the EU.
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