Eelco Harteveld: a bit of affective polarization is necessary and the ‘oxygen’ of democracy

Why are we so hostile to each other, while our views are quite similar and moderate? Interview with Eelco Harteveld, Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Science of the University of Amsterdam.

Sean Hanley: The EU really needs to let domestic politics to take its course

Sean Hanley discussed if the strategy of the new Commission to protect fundamental rights in the EU will be different and what the mechanisms the EU can use

Daniel Treisman: a lot of the problems are not specifically about have been communist
Daniel Treisman, a professor of political science at the University of California, took part in our conference “1989: great expectations...
Mathieu Boulègue: I don’t see European policy toward Russia, apart from the policy of sanctions
A member of “European Dialogue” Expert Group Nickolay Petrov interviewed Mathieu Boulègue, a research fellow at Chatham House and an...
Levente Littvay: I had to work hard in sorting out how I personally feel about political actors I agree with ideologically but find them to be quite populist.
So, recently we observed the elections in two countries with the populist government. In Poland PiS won elections, while in Hungary...
Bermuda Triangle of Brexit

A member of “European Dialogue” Expert Group Nickolay Petrov interviewed James Nixey, Head of the Russia and Eurasia Programme, Chatham House

BEYOND FROZEN CONFLICT
The five unresolved separatist conflicts of the post-Soviet space in Eastern Europe are the biggest risk to Europe’s stability and...
Antonie Rietzschel: I was seen as an aggressor not people opposing the democracy

Antonie Rietzschel, a journalist of Süddeutsche Zeitung newspaper, attended our conference “1989: Great expectations 30 years later”.

Reinhard Krumm: Wake-up call for Europe

Reinhard Krumm from Friedrich Ebert Foundation presented the results of a public survey in our conference “1989: Great expectations 30 years later.

Henry Hale: Yeltsin never had to face “a Yeltsin”

Henry E. Hale took part in our conference “1989: Great expectations 30 years later”.

Daniel Treisman: The simplest way to explain what happened is to focus on geography

The presentation of Daniel Treisman, a professor of political science at the University of California.

“European Dialogue” Expert Group: Group presentation and round table “Russia in Europe: current agenda”
Moscow, 26th October, 2016 Elena Lukyanova, Prof., National Research University “Higher School of Economics”- pulse report “The Russian constitutional choice:...
International Working Group: Thinking about common European future

The representatives of civil societies and think tanks from Poland, Ukraine, Germany and Russia met in Potsdam to discuss the issues related to the crisis of European security architecture and possible ways of resolving military and political conflict between Russia and Ukraine.

Seven early lessons from the coronavirus

Ivan Krastev, the chairman of the Centre for Liberal Strategies in Sofia, explained for ECFR how The Covid-19 crisis will dramatically reshape the EU’s response to the crises.

BEYOND FROZEN CONFLICT
The five unresolved separatist conflicts of the post-Soviet space in Eastern Europe are the biggest risk to Europe’s stability and...
Better Off Without the British?

Foreign Affairs asked a fairly wide pool of experts a question: Will The EU be better off without the UK? You can find the answers in the article.

Ill will: Populism and the coronavirus

how the coronavirus will test Europe’s resilience against misinformation and scapegoating

Is a ‘Reset’ Between France and Russia Needed and, If So, Is It Possible?
As Emmanuel Macron hosts Angela Merkel, Vladimir Zelenskiy, and Vladimir Putin for a summit aimed at resolving the Ukraine conflict,...
Why Brexit Won’t Affect EU-Russia Relations
After more than three years of agonizing divisions, missed deadlines, and costly uncertainty, the United Kingdom finally left the European...