Una valutazione della politica estera dell'Ue e degli stati membri
The ECFR Rome office, in partnership with the EC Representation to Italy, will present the findings and conclusions of the third edition of ECFR European Foreign Policy Scorecard
The basis for a two-state solution has been eroded almost to the point of collapse making a political breakthrough more urgent than ever. But how can Europe generate new momentum for Palestinian statehood?
The rise of anti-EU populism in both European South and North and the dramatic decrease of trust into the EU among the citizens – how the new instruments of Eurozone governance could stop lacking democratic legitimacy?
The political transitions in North Africa appear to be faltering, with the early stages of democracy showing the dangers of political competition as much as its benefits. But what are the prospects for pluralistic politics in the region?
discussion event on new Chinese leadership and foreign policy with Yan Xuetong, one of the authors of ECFR´s China 3.0
Professor Yan Xuetong, one of the most high profile foreign policy experts in China,and Mark Leonard will reflect on how China’s foreign policy will change under the new political leadership
As anti-elite sentiment rises across Europe, governments are struggling to respond to a new political environment. What will replace the old political order, a revival of liberal democracy or a crisis of governability?
Shahin Vallée, Waltraud Schelkle and Sebastian Dullien will discuss the impact of the recent crisis developments on Europe’s single market and how new integration initiatives alter the cost and benefits for countries such as Britain
China und die USA als Weltmächte einer neuen bipolaren Weltordnung – und welche Rolle spielt Europa?