European security: The spectre of a multipolar Europe

Dimitar Bechev, Jana Kobzova, Ivan Krastev, Mark Leonard, Andrew Wilson - 15 October, 2010

The EU needs to build a trialogue on security with Russia and Turkey

China Analysis: Geopolitics on Chinese Terms

François Godement - 4 October, 2010

How does China think it should deal with Europe and the world?

The EU and human rights at the UN: 2010 review

Dorothy Connell, Richard Gowan - 21 September, 2010

Europe has lost support for its human rights positions at the UN

A danger or an opportunity? Post-Copenhagen China and climate change

François Godement - 1 July, 2010

The internal Chinese response to the Copenhagen climate conference

Dealing with Yanukovych’s Ukraine

Andrew Wilson - 18 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

François Godement - 19 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

François Godement - 24 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.

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?