Experts & Staff

Andrew Duff

All eyes on ?triple-hatted? Ashton

Nobody ever said that running the EU was going to be easy. Ms Ashton’s job is clearly complex and difficult.

Why Britain needs the euro

Andrew Duff explains why the time has come for Britain to decide to join the euro

Czechs raise the stakes on Lisbon

All being well with Europe, the Treaty of Lisbon would now have been ready to come into force on 1 January. But all is not well.

Rescuing the Lisbon treaty

An article by Andrew Duff, Member of the European Parliament and ECFR Council Member, on the attempt to rescue the Lisbon treaty

Summer of discontent

The EU will have to justify its own claims that bipolar ?spheres of influence? in Europe are consigned to history by taking affirmative action in the Black Sea and Caucasus region

Salvage operation

Whatever the reasons for the Irish rejection of the Lisbon Treaty, the result is devastating for the EU both internally and externally

Why Ireland must say ?Yes’ to Lisbon

The Treaty of Lisbon is today’s consensus. It is not perfect but those Irish who wish Europe well should vote Yes.

Behold a European foreign policy

At last week’s summit in Bucharest, the EU has confounded hard-liners in Washington and Moscow by deciding to revitalise NATO

A cool response to Sarkozy’s EU agenda

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

Articles

All eyes on ?triple-hatted? Ashton

Nobody ever said that running the EU was going to be easy. Ms Ashton’s job is clearly complex and difficult.

Why Britain needs the euro

Andrew Duff explains why the time has come for Britain to decide to join the euro

Czechs raise the stakes on Lisbon

All being well with Europe, the Treaty of Lisbon would now have been ready to come into force on 1 January. But all is not well.

Rescuing the Lisbon treaty

An article by Andrew Duff, Member of the European Parliament and ECFR Council Member, on the attempt to rescue the Lisbon treaty

Summer of discontent

The EU will have to justify its own claims that bipolar ?spheres of influence? in Europe are consigned to history by taking affirmative action in the Black Sea and Caucasus region

Salvage operation

Whatever the reasons for the Irish rejection of the Lisbon Treaty, the result is devastating for the EU both internally and externally

Why Ireland must say ?Yes’ to Lisbon

The Treaty of Lisbon is today’s consensus. It is not perfect but those Irish who wish Europe well should vote Yes.

Behold a European foreign policy

At last week’s summit in Bucharest, the EU has confounded hard-liners in Washington and Moscow by deciding to revitalise NATO

A cool response to Sarkozy’s EU agenda

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