Expert seminar on Europe’s foreign policy challenges 2025
There remains a core agreement on certain key values but the EU is deeply divided on immigration, on Russia, and perhaps soon on the United States.
How do citizens of France, Belgium and Luxemburg view the state of cohesion in their countries and in Europe?
This two days seminar reflects on the prospects for security policy in Europe.
This volume reflects the diversity of European cohesion. It provides the national context and personal assessments from 28 EU member states.
Wie sehen die Menschen in den Niederlanden, Spanien und Ungarn den Zusammenhalt in der Europäischen Union? Eine Bestandsaufnahme stellen Autoren aus diesen drei EU-Mitgliedstaaten vor und knüpfen so an den im Frühjahr 2016 vorgestellten EU Cohesion Monitor an
The experts surveyed by ECFR see the Netherlands as the most influential of the affluent smaller member states. Over 50 percent of the respondents rank the Netherlands as the most influential of the seven, and more than 75 percent rank it either first or second.
On 8 June, the EU Cohesion Monitor was presented at the European Academy Berlin. The discussion especially focused on Hungary.
Which are the most like-minded governments in the EU? Which governments have disappointed their peers? The Rethink: Europe EU28 survey provides answers
In light of its demographic and economic weight and in view of its location at the crossroads of Europe and North Africa, Spain seems to be underrated in the current line-up of the large EU member states