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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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Our website is temporarily down but we hope to get it back up and running ASAP! Thanks for your patience!
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Jeremy Shapiro Jul 19
After Helsinki, Trump isn’t as useful to Putin as one might think. By me.
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ECFR 12h
is strengthening its relationship with allies to the East: 's latest for : and 's piece post the summits with China and Japan:
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ECFR 16h
How does China view Trump? For answers, tune into the with and and read our latest with 4 views from China and Taiwan
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ECFR 19h
For Europe, the fate of Libya remains a core priority given its role as a transit country for migration and possible incubator of terror threats. @tmeqrisi
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ECFR 22h
Finding in - and take opposing sides (one is a devil's advocate - guess which??) in the discussion on the (non)existence of 's strategy
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ECFR Jul 22
. comments for on the joint statement with on trade, investment, intellectual property rules, plus communique on and . Read his latest on our website:
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Christopher Johnson Jul 20
Europe should work with local partners in to help rebuild institutions and strengthen economy, says Government of National Accord is "ineffective", he argues Thoughtful report from
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Craig Kennedy Jul 18
Very thoughtful piece by Kadri Liik. Worth reading as antidote to depression. On a hot summer's day in Helsinki | European Council on Foreign Relations via
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ECFR Jul 21
The Trump show, fascination w/ China’s public diplomacy, and Europeans’ sense of crisis about their influence all drove the tactical ....By comparison, the clear & effective agreements between EU & Japan will get almost no press.
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ECFR Jul 21
In , @RikeFrankei is concerned that is undermining the
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ECFR Jul 21
A fresh strategy in could create a virtuous cycle by locking in gains made in governance and service delivery, enabling economic recovery, and laying the groundwork for a more meaningful political process -
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ECFR Jul 20
Yesterday we published 's take on the issue: The EU can already do everything included in an EU Global Indeed, the Union has a long history of imposing sanctions on individuals who violate human rights.
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ECFR Jul 20
"The Chinese would be a better president of the US than Donald Trump" in the newest with
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ECFR Jul 20
The intl community should double down on 3 core areas to restore stability to : 1) rescue and radically improve economy 2) work w/ more effective partners 3) carry out concerted exercise in high-level strategising
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ECFR Jul 20
is ’s last friend in Washington, but the fact that he’s president isn’t as significant as it sounds, writes for
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ECFR Jul 20
For european readers accustomed to full-throated criticism of Donald Trump, Chinese expert's and official's relatively moderate discussions of the US President may come as a surpriise.
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ECFR Jul 20
Newest is now live! and discuss "Donald Trump: Master strategist, or master of disaster?" Chinese views of Trump - fresh from Mark's trip to - and how the explains the
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