Richard Gowan, Daniel Korski - 15 October, 2009
Have broken promises and treating Afghanistan, DR Congo and Iraq left the EU without the capacity to prevent fragile states from failing?
Ivan Krastev, Mark Leonard, Andrew Wilson - 24 September, 2009
ECFR publishes a collection of views from key Russian intellectuals.
Richard Gowan - 10 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.
François Godement - 25 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
Nicu Popescu, Andrew Wilson - 16 June, 2009
The EU's strategy for influence in the eastern neighbourhood
Anthony Dworkin - 27 May, 2009
The EU has an opportunity to influence President Obama's efforts to reform US counterterrorism policy
John Fox, François Godement - 17 April, 2009
China is exploiting the EU's divisions and treating the 27-state bloc with "diplomatic contempt" on issues ranging from trade to the Dalai Lama.
Daniel Korski - 25 March, 2009
Will the military surge in Afghanistan fail without a civilian surge?
6 January, 2009
Could building a single European market in natural gas be the most effective strategy for the European Union in countering Russia's divisive energy diplomacy?
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.
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