NATO: Keeping in shape at 60

As NATO celebrates its 60th anniversary in Strasbourg/Kehl, Korski sets out the Alliance’s challenges and how they could be addressed

La vieja dama no puede

Perhaps it is time for a new transatlantic forum, argues Ulrike Guerot

Bulgaria’s Electoral Adventurism

Bulgaria’s president has campaigned for the Communist party, while MPs think that European states should learn from Azeri electoral practices

Europe’s Afghan Moment

The military surge in Afghanistan will fail unless it comes with a civilian surge. Europe should invest much more effort.

Europe needs an Afghan surge, too

Europe should launch its own Afghan surge to complement America’s military push

Obama and Europe?s vanities

What Obama wants from Europe is a solid partner in a multipolar world, not 27 photo opportunities

The real Taliban

The Taliban in Afghanistan are often portrayed as a single, monolithic entity. They’re not.

An open letter to EU leaders

Ahead of the G20 summit, ECFR calls on EU leaders to show the vision and leadership to develop a coordinated position on the financial crisis

The hour of Europe

A clear message must be sent to those who are doubtful about the EU’s worth: we are in this together