Foreign policy & defence

Judy Asks: Is Russia Europe's biggest threat?

21 February 2016
Carnegie Europe
Russia poses a serious threat to Europe, both in the military arena and in cyberspace.
The global case for staying in the EU

The global case for staying in the EU

19 February 2016
The New Statesman
Brexit would be bad not just for Britain but also for Europe and the rest of the world.

Judy Asks: Will the next US president care about Europe?

Rem Korteweg
03 February 2016
Carnegie Europe
A selection of experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world.

ABC News: Russia's looming role in Syrian peace talks

03 February 2016
Syrian peace talks aimed at ending the country's five year war are struggling to get off the ground amid continued air strikes from Russia. Ian Bond, the director of foreign policy at the Centre for European Reform, discusses Russia's role in the UN-brokered talks.
Video speech by Sandro Gozi, 18 January 2016

Video speech by Sandro Gozi, 18 January 2016

Sandro Gozi
18 January 2016
Speech by Sandro Gozi, Undersecretary for Europe, Italian Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Rome delivered to the CER/Istituto Affari Internazionali seminar on 'Between power and rules: The geopolitics of TTIP', Rome

Video speech by Marietje Schaake MEP

Marietje Schaake
18 January 2016
Speech by Marietje Schaake MEP delivered to the CER/Istituto Affari Internazionali seminar on 'Between power and rules: The geopolitics of TTIP', Rome
Will Iran and Saudi Arabia go to war?

Judy Asks: Will Iran and Saudi Arabia go to war?

Rem Korteweg
06 January 2016
Carnegie Europe
A selection of experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe's role in the world.

Debunking three myths about TTIP

Rem Korteweg, Douglas Grant
10 November 2015
CapX
Over the last couple of years a menacing and secretive global power, known only by its acronym, has emerged. It operates across borders, with scant regard for international law – let alone the lives of those under its rule. Left unchecked, it poses an existential threat to Western civilisation.

Judy Asks: Can Merkel survive the refugee crisis?

Christian Odendahl, Sophia Besch
21 October 2015
Carnegie Europe
Every week, a selection of leading experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world.

The Netherlands: There is support for the UK's renegotiation, but only up to a point

Rem Korteweg
08 October 2015
Transatlantic relations
The Hague has a strong economic and political interest to keep the UK in the EU. The Dutch government also shares several of Downing Street's concerns about the functioning of the EU. It will therefore work with London in the renegotiation, but only up to a point.

Judy Asks: Should the West work with Russia on Syria?

16 September 2015
Carnegie Europe
Every week, a selection of leading experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world.

Iran nuclear deal: After the nuclear deal, Iran is our "frenemy"

Rem Korteweg
17 July 2015
City A.M
Tuesday’s agreement on Iran’s nuclear programme is a momentous achievement, but only if it can be enforced and verified. Following the diplomatic deal in Vienna, Western governments should engage with Tehran, but also help to contain Iran’s growing influence in the region. 
While Tehran celebrates the upcoming removal of international sanctions,...

Beware the four horsemen circling Europe: Greece, Russia, migrants and the Brexit

Rem Korteweg
25 June 2015
The Independent
Four horsemen are stalking Europe: the Greek financial crisis; illegal migration in the Mediterranean; Russian aggression; and Britain's reform-or-Brexit threat.

Share Radio: Why TTIP negotiations face a slowdown

Rem Korteweg
16 June 2015
Rem Korteweg discusses the TTIP negotiations with Share Radio.

Latvian Public Broadcasting: В Риге открываетса саммит "Восточного партнерства"

21 May 2015
Ian Bond speaks to Latvian Public Broadcasting about his low expectations of the Riga Summit (2:18).
В Ригу уже прибыли практически все лидеры. Помимо представителей стран восточного партнёрства, это и главы стран Евросоюза, включая президента Франции Француа Олланда, канцлера Германии Ангелы Меркель и премьера Великобритании Дэвида Кэмерона. Мы выходим на прямую связь с нашим корреспондентом Викторией Терентьевой.

Judy Asks: Is the European neighbourhood policy doomed?

20 May 2015
Carnegie Europe
Every week, a selection of leading experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world.

ECFR's the world in 30 minutes: Riga summit

19 May 2015
ECFR's director Mark Leonard speaks to Ian Bond, director of Foreign Policy at the CER, and ECFR Senior Policy Fellow's Kadri Liik and Andrew Wilson. They take a look at the Eastern Partnership summit, which will take place in Riga on the 20-21 May 2015, and whether we can expect any...

The Eastern Partnership: On life support?

19 May 2015
ECFR
Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkēvičs said in February that the EU’s meeting with its eastern partners in Riga this month would be a “survival summit”. The six partners are a disparate group – but the partnership is worth preserving. Here are five ways the EU can do so.

NATO: Guardian of peace or bellicose bully?

17 April 2015
Al Jazeera
Former NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen on whether the West's military alliance has reignited the Cold War.

Judy Asks: Should Western leaders attend Moscow’s WWII parade?

15 April 2015
Carnegie Europe
On May 9, Russian President Vladimir Putin will preside over the Moscow Victory Day Parade in Red Square, which will celebrate the seventieth anniversary of the capitulation of Nazi Germany in 1945. Carnegie Europe asked a group of experts whether Western leaders should attend the event.