Anthony Dworkin - 15 December, 2008
In a joint research project with FRIDE, ECFR looks at the EU?s record in Azerbaijan, Belarus, Ukraine, Jordan, Lebanon and Morocco.
Ulrike Guérot, Daniel Korski, Mark Leonard - 8 December, 2008
With the pivotal change of leadership in Washington, the US and the EU may have an ideal moment to strengthen the US-EU institutional bond.
Richard Gowan - 17 September, 2008
The EU's leverage to promote human rights through the UN has dramatically declined over the last decade, our exclusive report
Mark Leonard, Nicu Popescu, Andrew Wilson - 25 August, 2008
This authors analyse the background and developments in the Russia-Georgia conflict and outline recommendations on how to prevent wider political fallout.
Nick Witney - 29 July, 2008
European governments cannot afford to move at the speed of the slowest, argues Nick Witney, and should push for a 'multi-speed' Europe on ESDP
Andrew Wilson - 28 February, 2008
An in-depth analysis of the political context of Dmitry Medvedev's rise, focusing on the behind-the-scenes manipulation by ?political technologists'.
Daniel Korski - 8 February, 2008
Read our Fact Sheet comparing NATO troop deployment figures in Afghanistan.
Daniel Korski - 17 January, 2008
Daniel Korski argues that the international coalition should overhaul their Afghanistan strategy and strike a 'grand bargain' to stabilise the war-torn country.
Paweł Świeboda - 20 December, 2007
An in-depth analysis of the new Polish government's foreign policy.
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.
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