Though it might be tempting to kick the Lisbon Treaty into the long grass, today’s European Council should rescue the treaty’s CSFP aspects
Germany?s decision to increase its troops in Afghanistan is both courageous and necessary: the security of both European and Afghan citizens is inseparable
The EU’s Georgia mission is looking like a much-needed, if small ESDP success. But there is still much the EU can learn from its deployment.
An article by Andrew Duff, Member of the European Parliament and ECFR Council Member, on the attempt to rescue the Lisbon treaty
Even if global action by central banks saves the day, Europe will have taken a step backwards. Yet crises are opportunities for political creativity.
Afghanistan was always the ?good? war and Iraq, the bad one. But what if Bush?s legacy becomes losing the good war and winning the bad one?
The EU may have to base partnership with the world’s largest democracy not on values, but on dealing with Afghanistan
A piece by Asger Aamund, Chairman of Bavarian Nordic A/S and ECFR Council Member, on the need for a new European vision
With Afghanistan’s reconstruction on the brink, what could the EU and U.S ask Beijing to do?
Russia?s NATO and EU ambassadors push Moscow?s ?spheres of influence? into the EU starting with ?age-old ally? Bulgaria