The American public is much more likely to sense a natural alliance with European countries than the reverse, write Susi Dennison and Dina Smeltz in their newly released op-ed based on polling data by ECFR and the Chicago Council on Foreign Affairs
Media mentions – Susi Dennison
Susi Dennison explains in Les Echos that the political fragmentation has changed
DW refers to ECFR polling data on how Germans perceive EU membership
Among European citizens, the most popular policies under the Green Deal are those that invest in public goods. Therefore the presentation of the package “Fit for 55” will be crucial
Susi Dennison’s comment on the importance of the Fit for 55 Package for the success of the European Green Deal.
While European leaders agree that this issue is urgent, they are still deeply divided over how to share the cost of transitioning away from carbon
Susi Dennison assesses the prospects of a successful green transition in Europe
The external dimension of the Green Deal also reveals unresolved tensions about what kind of climate leadership the EU wants to portray
Europe must form a united front over climate action. Or the Green Deal will fail, argues Susi Dennison in her op-ed.
ECFR’s researchers found that in 19 out of 27 member states, mitigating the socio-economic consequences tops of the list of perceived challenges in implementing the EU Green Deal
Susi Dennison mentions ECFR’s polling work on the European Green Deal in her op-ed on tackling the climate crisis
China wants to be involved in international governance and at the same time play a stronger role in international institutions
Susi Dennison comments on Merkel’s visit to Washington and the countries’ relations to China and Russia
Joe Biden is a pragmatist. As Angela Merkel leaves in September, he’s probably figuring he has a few months to get the most out of the relationship with Germany. With Emmanuel Macron, he has more time
Susi Dennison analyses the reasons behind Joe Biden’s decision to host Angela Merkel in the White House before Emmanuel Macron
The covid-19 crisis has not led to Europeans turning their backs on the world and retreating into a “Fortress Europe”. On the contrary, there is broad support for a more international engagement.
Susi Dennison, Rafael Loss and Jana Puglierin explain in their op-ed what the people want from Europe