Shocked by the bloody crackdown in Ukraine in the past 24 hours, over 30 European political leaders and opinion-makers called today for swift action by the EU in support of European-minded Ukrainians.
If the EU wants to make its way towards serious credibility as an international actor, it must stop thinking exclusively in terms of soft power when it comes to foreign policy
European support for Libya is difficult because of a deteriorating security situation and lack of clear institutions, but it would have an important impact on the region
Second ECFR workshop on Banking Union following the first one in Madrid to foster a transnational debate
The European Union is in crisis. Crippled by economic problems and institutional rigidity, the EU faces an increasingly uncertain future. Is the EU doomed or can it survive and if so, in which form?
The next few months will present some of the biggest, and at times unexpected, challenges for those advocating a political solution addressing Iran’s nuclear programme.
Germany's foreign policy establishment responds to accusations of introversion, raising questions about the consequences of a reactivation of German foreign policy with more clearly defined interests
dinner discussion covering the recent policy brief “Why Europe needs a global strategy”
Lord Giddens will suggest at this event that this is the time for a far-reaching rethink of the European project as a whole