Europe in the World

Where have all the flowers gone? Europe's strategic puzzle in the Mediterranean
15 September 2011
Josef Janning (Head of ECFR Berlin Office and Senior Policy Fellow)

In this commentary on the ‘Arab Spring’ Josef Janning says EU assistance programmes foremost concern is to support these countries’ economic recovery even though democratic transformation is weak. This will help create the climate for democracy to develop.


Towards a stronger role for civil society in the Eastern Partnership
18 July 2011
Agnieszka Lada (External authors)

Civil society is increasingly recognised by the EU as a crucial partner in Eastern Europe, but more targeted initiatives are needed to give civil society the role it deserves, argues Agnieszka Lada in this Policy Brief.


China and Europe as strategic partners - Perceptions and perspectives
14 July 2011

In the first Annual Stanley Crossick Lecture, the Ambassador of the Mission of the People’s Republic of China to the EU, His Excellency Song Zhe provided a perspective of EU-China relations in recent years.


Social media: following EU public diplomacy and friending MENA
11 July 2011
Megan Kenna (External authors)

In this Policy Brief, Megan Kenna recommends that the EU, through the EEAS, use social media in public diplomacy.


Opportunities lost, opportunities seized: the Libya crisis as Europe's perfect storm
30 June 2011
Erik Brattberg (External authors)

In this Policy Brief, Erik Brattberg examines the case of crisis management in Libya.


The Arab Spring, the changing Mediterranean, and the EU: tools as a substitute for strategy?
30 June 2011
Rosa Balfour (Senior Adviser to EPC on Europe in the World)

What is missing, argues Rosa Balfour in this Policy Brief, is a guiding vision to make EU foreign policy more than the sum of its parts.


All eyes on Greece - the EU in crisis mode, again! - Post-Summit Analysis
27 June 2011
Janis A. Emmanouilidis (Director of Studies)

This post-summit analysis by Janis A. Emmanouilidis warns that there is no ‘silver bullet’ to resolve the crisis, and that EU leaders will have to choose between “politically very painful and economically very costly” alternatives.


Stronger after the crisis - Strategic choices for Europe's way ahead
16 June 2011
Rosa Balfour (Senior Adviser to EPC on Europe in the World), Janis A. Emmanouilidis (Director of Studies), Josef Janning (Head of ECFR Berlin Office and Senior Policy Fellow), Hans Martens (Senior Adviser to EPC on energy, public service reform and CHES), Yves Pascouau (Senior Adviser to EPC on migration and mobility policies) and Fabian Zuleeg (Chief Executive and Chief Economist)

In this EPC Strategy Paper, the authors argue that Europe needs new momentum and that the EU and its members should concentrate their efforts on concrete, ambitious, yet realistic, strategic projects.


The European External Action Service and the United Nations: a missed opportunity for self-promotion
16 May 2011
Megan Kenna (External authors)

In this commentary, Megan Kenna argues that the EEAS should better develop its public diplomacy in the wake of its upgraded status at the United Nations.


A regional approach to justice? Rethinking EU justice policies in conflict and transition
5 May 2011
Iavor Rangelov (External authors)

In this Policy Brief, Iavor Rangelov argues that the EU should develop its own regional approach to justice in conflict and transition.


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