EU Observer presents newly published ECFR polling study
A majority of Europeans believe a new “cold war” is happening between the United States and China and Russia, according to a new report by the European Council on Foreign Relations
New ECFR polling survey quoted by Politico
New polling by ECFR shows that Europeans think a struggle between Washington and Beijing is unavoidable—but want no part of it
Foreign Policy reports on ECFR’s new polling survey by Mark Leonard and Ivan Krastev
Europeans understand their relationship with China on a purely economic level. It hardly plays a role as a military or ideological threat.
The Times presents ECFR latest opinion polling on what Europeans think about the US-China cold war
The European public believes there is a new cold war but they don’t want to have anything to do with it. Our polling reveals that a ‘cold war’ framing risks alienating European voters.
The majority of Europeans see a confrontation between the US and China looming on the horizon. But most do not believe that their country is involved or should be involved.
In their op-ed, Ivan Krastev and Mark Leonard look at the geopolitical conflict lines from a European perspective
It is inexplicable to me how one can talk for so long about climate action and how to make Germany fit for the future without mentioning the EU, which plays a massive role in this
In a recent paper, Jana Puglierin and Mark Leonard draw on opinion polling to conclude that Germany “may be on the cusp of a nationalist turn”
t’s much less damaging to day-to-day interests. You don’t have the same volume of practical things to manage on a daily basis.