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European Council on Foreign Relations: the only pan-European think-tank. Combining establishment credibility with intellectual insurgency.
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4 categories of citizens voting in : 1. Desperados 2. Things are better than you think 3. Bruxellians 4. Diehard nationalists Ivan Krastev
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In this week's episode of , speaks with , & about the movement and whether it is only a phenomenon. Listen here 🎧:
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ECFR Berlin 9h
"Rome now seems stuck between and – between economic opportunities and security guarantees”. Ahead of Xi Jinping's visit to Italy, Author looks at the chances and risks coming with investments in .
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Susi Dennison Mar 20
Why Viktor Orbán and his allies won’t win the EU elections | Ivan Krastev
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The fact that right wing populists govern parts of central has only strengthened people’s desire to emigrate. - Ivan Krastev on
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Josef Janning 10h
Compared to 2016 Italy has somewhat gained in the ranking of influence among the „Big 6“ in the EU, for 2 reasons: UK las lost ground, an IT is key to the migration challenge. More from the this morning at and later today at
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An opinion survey soon to be published by ECFR and YouGov shows that aren’t neatly divided into pro-Europeans and nationalists, and will not be referendum on - Ivan Krastev on why and allies won't win:
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ECFR Asia & China Mar 20
Ahead of Jinping's visit to 🇮🇹, 🇨🇳's and has joined the long series of issues that divide Italy's ruling parties. 📝 on Italy's Chinese dilemma.
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ECFR MENA Mar 20
. on why can't maintain unified stance on abuses: "European states clearly remain uneasy with ’s ongoing crackdown on dissent..." Read in full:
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Institut Thomas More 24h
: "the complexity of the conflict in 🇾🇪 is due to the mosaic of tensions there. Nonetheless, the process of resolution of the conflict has to move forward."
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ECFR 23h
now seems stuck between and – between economic opportunities and security guarantees, writes . 's response to 's Belt and Road Initiative:
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ECFR Mar 20
: Now a danger for planes in the skies and people on the ground. policy fellow explains why it is hard to fight small rogue drones.
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ECFR Mar 20
Contrary to widespread opinion, not major mobilising issue ahead of and 2019 not a repeat of 2015, writes Ivan Krastev in . Why Viktor and his allies won't win the elections:
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ECFR Berlin Mar 20
The general feeling is that should stay close to Paris and , but it seems the Germans are not really ready to jump on that train. How 's capitals responded to Macron's pan-European message:
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Gustav C. Gressel Mar 20
1/ To get the issue of German defence spending into perspective, may I refere to my old but unfortunately relevant text. Because it is not about abstract GDP numbers, its about committmehts to troops and projects!
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ECFR Mar 20
Despite international media’s fascination with east-west divide, eastern countries do not form homogenous group that unequivocally supports , according to research. Adam Balcer on Poland in a post- :
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Gerald Knaus Mar 20
In Brussels to present new report on rule of law in Poland: ⁦why ⁩ ⁦⁩ should bring another infringement case to CJEU & how it will win it. With Piotr Buras ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ -⁦⁩ ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦
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ECFR Berlin Mar 19
2019 could be the most important year for since 1989, comments Adam Balcer ( ). "If the party wins the country’s parliamentary elections in autumn, Poland is likely to follow ’s path towards a semi-democratic regime. ”
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ECFR Mar 20
Ahead of Jinping's visit to , 's Belt and Road Initiative has joined the long series of issues that divide Italy's ruling parties. on Italy's Chinese dilemma:
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ECFR Mar 20
Today, European People's Party will vote on whether to expel , party of PM on basis of rule of law breaches. ECFR council member Tibor Dessewffy argues and Fidesz have fundamentally different outlook on political process:
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