Dealing with Yanukovych’s Ukraine

by Andrew Wilson - 18th March, 2010

The Yanukovych Paradox: How Ukraine's new president can be good news for Europe after all.


China shapes its post-crisis economic agenda

by François Godement - 19th January, 2010

The latest issue of China Analysis looks at Beijing's willingness to strengthen international economic governance


China and India: rivals always, partners sometimes

by François Godement - 24th November, 2009

The authors of the latest issue of China Analysis argue that Western concerns over "Chindia"


Can the EU rebuild failing states? A review of Europe’s civilian capacities.

by Richard Gowan & Daniel Korski - 15th October, 2009

Have broken promises and treating Afghanistan, DR Congo and Iraq left the EU without the capacity to prevent fragile states from failing?


What does Russia think?

by Ivan Krastev & Mark Leonard & Andrew Wilson - 24th September, 2009

ECFR publishes a collection of views from key Russian intellectuals.


The EU and human rights at the UN: 2009 annual review

by Richard Gowan - 10th September, 2009

The EU?s ongoing loss of influence at the UN is putting lives at risk, argues the author of ECFR's latest paper.


China’s response to the G2

by François Godement - 25th June, 2009

Fears in Europe that China works to lock the US into a "G2" embrace so as to dominate the global agenda do not reflect Chinese experts' thinking


European and Russian power in the troubled neighbourhood

by Nicu Popescu & Andrew Wilson - 16th June, 2009

The EU's strategy for influence in the eastern neighbourhood


Cover: Beyond the ‘War on Terror’

Beyond the ‘War on Terror’

by Anthony Dworkin - 27th May, 2009

The EU has an opportunity to influence President Obama's efforts to reform US counterterrorism policy