The China-US rivalry is harming an already-fragile international system. Europeans should seek out like-minded allies to act in its defence.
This week we will have with us Andrey Zagorsky, professor at MGIMO (Moscow State Institute of International Relations) and IMEMO (the Institute of World Economy and International Relations). Andrey will speak about “Russia and the OSCE-based European order".
A chance for accountability: Why Germany should welcome an ICC investigation into the situation in Palestine
Germany has adopted a position that the Israeli government will likely interpret as support for its policies of occupation and settlement
The post-corona recovery threatens Europe’s cohesion, but Spain’s attempt to bridge the north-south divide is likely to fall short
The French president has laid down the gauntlet by warning the European political project could end if it fails to embrace burden-sharing. One of two scenarios could now play out.
As the crisis exacts a devastating cost from society and prompts a major battle of narratives, the EU needs to find its new “coal and steel” moment.
Italy’s game of narratives around the covid-19 crisis poses a risk to the European project.
Joint German-Italian appeal to the governments of all member states and to EU institutions
ECFR’s national offices discuss the emerging divisions between EU member states on the economic response to covid-19
European governments and the EU should press the US to strengthen the humanitarian exemptions in its Iran sanctions