As the problems created by the coronavirus quickly escalate, the political credibility of many governments is being tested.
Seven Syrians discuss how Europe can improve its approach to Syria.
Last week’s government reshuffle and the dismissal of a highly regarded prosecutor general raise serious concerns about Ukraine’s pro-Western course.
Ankara hopes that a new financial agreement with the European Union will promote a positive image of the economy and reverse the decline in support for the Justice and Development Party.
The events surrounding Slovakia’s parliamentary election show how endemic corruption can lead to unpredictable political transitions.
The key to European power projection isn’t institutional reform, it’s a shift in attitude and a willingness to cooperate.
Maintaining a self-sufficient defence-industrial complex has long been an uphill struggle for Russia – and recent sanctions have only steepened its climb.
The grand coalition will continue to be a kind of caretaker government in its lack of a big foreign policy vision.
Turkey and Syria are now at war – but the ultimate arbiter of what happens next is likely to be Vladimir Putin.
Comparing the US “peace plan” for Israel-Palestine with ECFR’s own work on future parameters illuminates how Donald Trump is departing from longstanding international consensus positions.