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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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Ellie Geranmayeh 8h
In advance of & visit to Washington this week- when European leaders will discuss trade, security, nuclear deal & climate change with ,read policy paper on "The coming clash: Why will divide Europe from the United States"
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ECFR 10h
Turkey suffers from Erdogan’s chosen model of high growth, one which has yielded high inflation, interest rates, government spending, unemployment, and a high current account deficit and Turkey’s inability to attract foreign investment. |
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Germans aged between 18 and 29 hold stereotypically German views on European and foreign policy – maintaining a cautious approach to anything related to the military, and a preference for decision-making that involves the whole EU rather coalitions of MS.
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ECFR 22h
"Despite widespread perceptions of Europe as having been invaded by migrants, the data show that European countries contain relatively small numbers of asylum seekers and refugees" –
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ECFR MENA Apr 19
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ECFR Apr 22
“Brussels should more vigorously pursue Article 7 proceedings, the ’s enforcement mechanism that, if approved by all member states, would strip of its voting rights.”
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ECFR Apr 22
What drives the reassurance approach and why has it failed ? Read 's new policy brief
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ECFR Berlin Apr 21
Young Germans are more open to migration than their counterparts in other European countries, with 80% believing it enriches their cultural diversity.
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ECFR Apr 21
From passiveness to proactivity: China's evolving role in peacekeeping. Read more in our
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Ellie Geranmayeh Apr 20
3 weeks to go till crucial decision time for on - listen to latest podcast with views from Tehran+Washington & recommendation for what Europe should do- with , Nasser Hadian
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ECFR Apr 21
“Given this backdrop, including the parlous state of the opposition, currently seems well positioned to win the 51% needed for his re-election as 's president.”
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ECFR Asia & China Apr 20
" certainly fears a war but is very reluctant to admit this, and has not made many to avert one."
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ECFR Apr 21
The externalisation of borders control and European security has helped to forge the image of a “Fortress Europe” that has little interest in acknowledging or addressing the real causes of . Read more on 's mapping migration project
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ECFR Apr 20
“The Trump administration’s recent moves in the arena of trade could have far-reaching consequences for the relationship between the and – and between each of them and .”
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ECFR Apr 20
“Brussels should use the upcoming negotiations on the European Union’s post-2020 tranche of aid to member states to incentivise to clean up his act.”
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ECFR Apr 20
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ONEinEU Apr 18
The next MFF will be critical in shaping the future of . The EU's external budget will play a key role in defining EU's and priorities until 2027. By via
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ECFR Apr 20
The coming together of trade conflict and action on IP and high-tech protection has led many to predict a between the and . Should we be afraid of a such a war? Yes and no, says
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ECFR MENA Apr 19
Now online: ECFR's new mapping project on Palestinian political actors
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Francisco Taveira Apr 19
Redoubling efforts at creating high-level political unity between the and would leave and best prepared for it and prevent a chain of events that could lead to another round of conflict. via
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