Reinventing Europe: Poland and the euro crisis

Konstanty Gebert - 7 February, 2012

From our Reinvention of Europe series of National papers

European Foreign Policy Scorecard 2012

Hans Kundnani, Justin Vaisse - 1 February, 2012

Instead of helping to solve the world’s problems, Europe is now a problem itself

China Analysis: Facing the risks of the ‘going out strategy’

François Godement - 26 January, 2012

From a major exporter of goods to a major exporter of capital

China Analysis: One or two Chinese models?

François Godement - 19 December, 2011

To Chongqing or Guangdong? China’s big development decision

Ukraine after the Tymoshenko verdict

Andrew Wilson - 16 December, 2011

Instead of lecturing Ukraine the EU must show that it means business

A ‘reset’ with Algeria: the Russia to the EU’s south

Susi Dennison - 13 December, 2011

Algeria is at risk of turmoil without EU-backed reform

Dealing with a post-BRIC Russia

Ben Judah, Jana Kobzova, Nicu Popescu - 30 November, 2011

Learning to deal with a changing Russia under a familiar leader

China’s Price for Rescuing the Euro

François Godement - 29 November, 2011

What price will Europe pay for China's help in rescuing the euro?

Four Scenarios for the Reinvention of Europe

Mark Leonard - 23 November, 2011

The impossible is also necessary if the euro and Europe are to be saved

Spain after the elections: the ‘Germany of the South’?

José Ignacio Torreblanca, Mark Leonard - 17 November, 2011

Spain's election, caught between the euro crisis and Arab revolutions.