Leaders across Europe might want to get Brexit over the line. But in the long term the EU would be weaker without the UK.
A defining figure of late twentieth century Europe, Václav Havel, has died. Among his many roles he was an ECFR Council Member, and is being mourned by those who knew, respected and - sometimes - argued with him.
Cultural diversity has been a constant feature of European history, and the source of many of our greatest achievement. We propose 17 principles to help policy-makers, leaders and activists ensure that Europe benefits from migration rather than fears it.
The EU's national rivalries comprise a standing invitation for any major world power to divide and rule. In an article for The Guardian, Timothy Garton Ash argues that even if things go well, what Europeans may achieve in concentrating power resources will only just compensate for the relative loss of power to the re-emerging old-new giants in the east.
The holders of the new top jobs can perfectly represent a Europe that does not dare to project its values as a continent
Two people are needed to get Europe's voice heard in the world. And it is the other one who is more likely to be British.
Critics consider us weak and divided. But with political will and public support, we could finally get our act together.
When President Barack Obama comes to London next week, he will find one great power missing at the world's summit table: Europe. The US and China may end up carrying on as a G2.
Our vital interests from energy to security cry out for a new, fully European Ostpolitik - and one nation holds the key
Timothy Garton Ash looks at how the EU has appeared divided in both Gaza and the gas crisis