ECFR celebró el jueves 17 de noviembre un debate sobre el futuro de las relaciones transatlánticas tras la victoria de Trump con Jeremy Shapiro, director de investigación de ECFR
There is no escaping the fundamental tension between Britain’s need for economic ties with rising powers and the growing nativist sentiments at home.
International conflicts are inevitable when governments challenge the excesses of multinational corporations
The Berlin Foreign Policy Club in May invited Sebastian Dullien to present his new paper about the economic dimension of the refugee crisis to discuss the current trends and possible future for Europe.
Staying or leaving? A question, that is deciding the future for Greatbritain and the EU. Proeuropean parties as well as persons being pro-Brexit are trying to influence the mood in the population. Though, most voters are still undecided. Not even 10 percent of all Britains think that the EU would be an important political topic.Where are we currently standing and what can Europe or Germany do? What are the most likely scenarios? These and other questions were dicussed this morning at the ECFR Berlin.
Europe in a geo-economics world. Rethink: Europe launches essay collection in Berlin.
Why migration, finance and trade are the geo-economic battlegrounds of the future
The continuity of escalatory unpredictability – where Russia stands today.
With Greece on the brink and accusations and counter-accusations making the round, one could do worse than look to Argentina to see how a recovery could work
Am 18. Und 19. Juni 2015 fand in der Heinrich-Böll Stiftung die 16. Außenpolitische Jahrestagung in Partnerschaft mit dem ECFR statt.