In cooperation with the Embassy of the Netherlands the ECFR Berlin hosted a workshop titled “Putinomics”. Experts from politics, economics and science discussed how Russia's economic policies affects Russia's foreign policy. At the event Kirill Rogov's ECFR Policy Brief „Can Putinomics survive?” was presented. Further points within the debate were the current economic situation in Russia and its important impolications for Germany's foreign policy and the EU's foreign policy priorities.
Black Coffee Morning: The Syrian refugee crisis, Germany and Turkey – What is to expect from Ankara?
The Syrian refugee crisis, Germany and Turkey – What to expect from Ankara?” with Gerald Knaus, Chairman of the European Stability Initiative
To qualify as an engine of integration, the two countries need to demonstrate their willingness to go it alone if need be.
Two experts discussed Russia's economic outlook in 2015 and for 2016
ECFR experts discuss findings of ECFR’s Britain in Europe renegotiation scorecard, a regular assessment of how the British asks are perceived in other member…
How are the – still not yet formal – British requests perceived in five key European countries?
European leaders need to find a way to put President Putin back on the diplomatic defensive and the UN may be the best place for them to act
ECFR speaks to humanitarian expert and former UNHCR representative Kilian Kleinschmidt about how EU countries can actively help solve the refugee crisis and how…
The Franco-German perspective on the British referendum on the EU