Tag: European Council on Foreign Relations
The EU needs to focus its attention on relations with those Eastern Partner countries that are willing to cooperate more closely and who truly wish to integrate with the Union, politically, economically and socially, according to a PASOS analysis presented to members of the European Parliament.
PASOS is leading a five-member consortium that has been contracted by the European Parliament to produce policy papers and briefs.
The third annual edition of ECFR’s European Foreign Policy Scorecard examines 79 individual aspects of European foreign policy in six broad areas: relations with China, Russia, Wider Europe, Middle East/North Africa, and the US, and performance in multilateral institutions and in crisis management.
Panelists at this December 3 European Council on Foreign Relations event in London will discuss the future of European integration, the shape it should take, and its consequences for Europe.
This brief argues that having reduced their own vulnerabilities to Russian pressure, Central Europeans should now focus on pooling their and the EU’s resources more effectively to be able to safeguard their security interests or help steer Eastern Europe toward democracy and prosperity.
In a new ECFR policy memo,”The EU and Ukraine after the 2012 elections”, Andrew Wilson argues that ignoring problems in Ukraine would simply allow certain worrisome trends to get worse.
ECFR analyst Dimitar Bechev warns that a failure to deliver transformation in the Western Balkans would hurt EU credibility in other regions, like the Middle East and the former Soviet Union.