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ECFR Quarantimes #10 – with C. Raja Mohan

How is the coronavirus crisis reshaping India’s geopolitics? Amid tensions with China, the US' global withdrawal as well as hyper-globalisation, C. Raja Mohan, Director of the Insitute of South Asian Studies at the National University of Singapore, calls for a new compact between India and the West to produce a new world order for the 21st century.

ECFR Quarantimes #9 – with Niall Ferguson

In his latest paper "Black Swans, Dragon Kings and Gray Rhinos", best-selling author and renowned historian Niall Ferguson explains what the First World War and the outbreak of covid-19 have in common. What socio-economic, political and geopolitical lessons can we draw as we face the consequences of the coronavirus?

ECFR Quarantimes #7 – with Carlos Lopes

What will the future of Africa-Europe relations look like? Will there be opportunities for a renewed partnership? Carlos Lopes, African Union High Representative for Partnerships with Europe and Professor at the Mandela School of Public Governance at the University of Cape Town shares his view from Africa on the evolving international order, geopolitical trends, and the impact on EU-Africa relations in a post-COVID-19 world

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Press release: Almost 100 million swing voters up for grabs in EU elections, according to major new report

ECFR report, backed by pan-European polling, debunks ‘five myths’ about the forthcoming election. Finds evidence of volatility, rather than a shift to extremes, in Europe’s electorate – with up to 30 percent of voters yet to decide how to cast their ballot. ‘Belief in the system’ is the key indicator towards understanding and engaging the electorate.

A majority of Europe’s voters do not consider migration to be the most important issue, according to major new poll

Corruption, living standards, housing, unemployment and health rank above, or alongside, migration as key issues for European voters. Despite anti-immigration rhetoric across Europe, many voters view domestic issues as chief concerns. Voters in Greece, Italy, Poland, Romania and Spain are more concerned about people leaving their country than coming in.

Remembering Jo Cox

Jo Cox is a symbol of the very best of British and European values, and her murder a tragic reminder of the consequences of irrationality and hate

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ECFR Quarantimes #10 – with C. Raja Mohan

How is the coronavirus crisis reshaping India’s geopolitics? Amid tensions with China, the US' global withdrawal as well as hyper-globalisation, C. Raja Mohan, Director of the Insitute of South Asian Studies at the National University of Singapore, calls for a new compact between India and the West to produce a new world order for the 21st century.

ECFR Quarantimes #9 – with Niall Ferguson

In his latest paper "Black Swans, Dragon Kings and Gray Rhinos", best-selling author and renowned historian Niall Ferguson explains what the First World War and the outbreak of covid-19 have in common. What socio-economic, political and geopolitical lessons can we draw as we face the consequences of the coronavirus?

ECFR Quarantimes #7 – with Carlos Lopes

What will the future of Africa-Europe relations look like? Will there be opportunities for a renewed partnership? Carlos Lopes, African Union High Representative for Partnerships with Europe and Professor at the Mandela School of Public Governance at the University of Cape Town shares his view from Africa on the evolving international order, geopolitical trends, and the impact on EU-Africa relations in a post-COVID-19 world

Deep Dive into Russia: Russia and the OSCE-based European order

This week we will have with us Andrey Zagorsky, professor at MGIMO (Moscow State Institute of International Relations) and IMEMO (the Institute of World Economy and International Relations). Andrey will speak about “Russia and the OSCE-based European order".

ECFR Quarantimes #4 – with Frank Snowden

What lessons can we draw from post pandemic’s to prepare our politics, economies and societies for the future? Frank Snowden, Professor Emeritus of History and History of Medicine at Yale University, explores them in this week’s Quarantimes

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In the media

The Deutsche Welle refers to ECFR's Unlock study and its results about the transatlantic relations.

An ECFR study shows that 62 per cent of Europeans have a worsening view of China under state and party leader Xi.

According to the ECFR study, the perception of the  US in Europe has been growing negatively. 

Euronews cite les travaux de l'ECFR au sein du projet Unlock concernant la coopération entre les Etats membres de l'UE au cours de la crise du coronavirus.