Since it was first mooted in the summer, the Sarkozy proposal for a new round of arguments about the future of Europe has been met with growing consternation
Even though Europe’s foreign policy reach is now truly global, talks on Kosovo’s independence have seen Balkan ghosts return to haunt Europe
ECFR launched its Bulgarian office today with an international conference attended by leading academics and foreign policy thinkers
Gordon Brown has laid out his foreign policy vision, including on Europe. But he missed two key elements: a strong, positive case for enlargement and arguments for the Lisbon Treaty
In front of a 600-person audience, leading ECFR council members conducted a lively discussion on the future of a common EU foreign policy. German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier gave a keynote address.
In his keynote address to ECFR’s Berlin launch conference, Frank-Walter Steinmeier called for a stronger and more united European Union foreign policy
Despite its economic strength and military might, the EU has begun to behave as if it were subordinate to an increasingly assertive Russia. Read ECFR's “Power Audit” of EU-Russia relations.
Russia has emerged as the most divisive issue in the European Union since Donald Rumsfeld split the European club into ?new’ and ?old’ member states. Read an opinion piece published through Project Syndicate.
The EU is more divided on foreign policy now than during the Iraq War. But a house divided against itself cannot stand.
The EU waffles while Washington and Tehran move towards war. Yet Europe has a big stick if it is willing to use it