Our national offices - and more! - analyse the results of yesterday's European Parliament election from the view of their governments and national audiences
We asked our national offices to outline how the E3, in cooperation with other EU partners, should respond to the JCPOA pull-out by the US.
We asked our national offices to outline their governments' greatest hope and greatest fear for foreign and European policy in 2018.
What can Germany learn about dealing with populist parties from other European countries' experience?
Can the EU-Turkey relationship be salvaged? Key EU capitals give their views.
Macron’s win was received with a sigh of relief across Europe, but what follows cannot be “politics as usual”. Can he garner support in the European Union?
In advance of the triggering of Article 50, ECFR sets out the red lines and potential vulnerabilities of member states to UK negotiating tactics on Brexit.
What do EU countries think of Donald Trump's victory?
Moscow's actions are making it difficult for even its best friends in Europe to push for a more conciliatory approach to Russia.
Ahead of the first EU summit without the UK, the mood across Europe is clear: the show must go on.
ECFR's national offices respond to Britain's 'out' vote.
The recent terrorist attacks in Brussels have reopened old debates about how to respond to terrorism across the European Union
The one in, one out deal cut between EU and Turkey at their recent summit caused surprise in many European capitals. Ahead of a potentially stormy EU Council meeting ECFR experts explore domestic reactions to the proposed deal.
How likely are European capitals to support the deal president Tusk proposed to resolve the negotiation between the UK and the EU?
With Cologne attacks reopening debates around integration, how can European countries deal with the immense challenge of integrating recent refugee arrivals?
Turkey will take on expanded role on refugees in exchange for EU perks. How have Europe’s capitals taken the results of November’s summit
It has been a pivotal week for the future of Europe's response to the refugee crisis with the EU-Africa summit in Valetta, the G20 summit in Antalya and the terrorist attacks in Paris