China isn?t ready to play the big boy on the world?s stage, argues Francois Godement
The authors of ECFR’s latest policy report argue that Europe must adopt a new, strategic China policy in the lead up to the EU-China Summit on 20 May
Based on ECFR’s latest policy report, A Power Audit of EU-China Relations, John Fox and Francois Godement argue that for its own survival, Europe must revamp its China strategy
China is exploiting the EU’s divisions and treating the 27-state bloc with “diplomatic contempt” on issues ranging from trade to the Dalai Lama
ECFR Council Member Emma Bonino argues the need for a new, strategic European approach to Beijing based on reciprocal engagement
The military surge in Afghanistan will fail unless it comes with a civilian surge. Europe should invest much more effort.
Europe should launch its own Afghan surge to complement America’s military push
The latest ‘China Analysis’ bulletin examines China’s role in ending the global financial crisis
The Taliban in Afghanistan are often portrayed as a single, monolithic entity. They’re not.
Daniel Korski writes from Afghanistan about his most recent on-the-ground observations