Where do China and India converge and diverge on climate governance? How do their geopolitical tensions impact their climate diplomacy?
The European Union has made efforts towards its vision of Europe as the first climate-neutral continent by 2050, as laid out in the #EuropeanGreenDeal. To…
How should Sweden and Europe adapt to the rise of geo-economics, keeping their markets open but minimizing their vulnerabilities?
Without a doubt, 2021 will prove one of the most important years in the history of the European Union. To consider how Europeans should respond to the issues facing them, ECFR’s Council Members – Europe’s leading decision-makers, opinion-shapers, and public intellectuals – will gather together on 9-10 of December in Berlin for ECFR’s Annual Council Meeting (ACM).
How can Europeans more effectively advance their human rights agenda as part of, and while maintaining, their broader relationships with regional states?
Technology is increasingly emerging as a source of geopolitical challenges, but also of geopolitical opportunities. In this framework, the EU has a unique chance to become a trend setter.
How can the EU and its member states take on this role and enact change to advance climate ambitions in a practical way?
Since summer 2021, Poland and Lithuania have been confronted with an unprecedented action by the Lukashenko regime, which aims to exert political pressure on both…
In Poland, as well as across the EU, we witness a battle between these two narratives. Depending on which of them prevails, EU countries and institutions may choose to react more or less firmly to the Polish challenge – with lasting consequences for the EU’s future shape.
По повод предстоящите избори, които ще се проведат на 14 ноември, софийският офис на Европейския съвет за външна политика (ЕСВП) организира виртуална публична дискусия с…
How does Beijing manage its diplomatic differences with Delhi? The ECFR Asia Programme is delighted to invite you to our second webinar which is part of our virtual luncheon series dedicated to the future of India-China relations
How can the EU and its member states seize the opportunity for a cohesive policy on green issues?
What do China’s mask diplomacy, America’s sanctions on Iran, Russia’s election interference, Belarus’s migration policy, struggles over Huawei, Covid-19 and Climate change have in common?
What can the EU and NATO do to reduce the risk of escalation in the region?