A joint statement by ECFR Council Members is calling for European governments to work with the incoming Biden administration to bolster the Iran nuclear deal
The EU has taken a major step forward in protecting its interests from harmful foreign investments and takeovers. Follow ECFR’s new tracker to keep up to date with this important geopolitical challenge.
The Egyptian regime has shown that it is prepared to give ground on individual cases or pieces of legislation in the face of concerted pressure
Joe Biden has vowed to re-enter the Iran nuclear deal. In a recent report for Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Ellie Geranmayeh looks at what concrete steps can be taken by the United States, Iran, and Europe to bring all parties to the nuclear deal back into full compliance, noting that time is of the essence.
Whatever the final outcome of the US election, one conclusion is hard to avoid: it will be nearly impossible to unite Europeans as a counterweight to the US
Welcome to your August reading list!
Welcome to your August reading list
Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine are all working to enact individual legislation sanctioning human rights abuses - Magnitsky-style. If they pass, they would infuriate the Kremlin.
Along with the entire Berlin foreign policy community we mourn the tragic death of Dr Sylke Tempel. At the same time our thoughts and hearts…
Obama’s end-of-term interview with the Atlantic points to a spent US with a domestic focus