China & Russia

The way forward for the west? Help China and wave the rulebook at Russia

08 December 2016
The Guardian
Russia and China are often bracketed together as the west’s most important adversaries. They have grown closer since Russia’s relations with the west soured after the annexation of Crimea.

Putin's Cold War hots up

29 October 2016
The Sun
NATO believes that Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has amassed 330,000 troops along the border to the EU and its allies.

"Из Вашингтона трудно заблокировать доступ России к SWIFT": интервью с британским экспертом Бондом

28 October 2016
segodnya.ua
Директор по внешней политике лондонского Центра европейских реформ (CER) Ян Бонд рассказал о расширении санкций против РФ, последствиях референдума в Британии и Нидерландах, перспективах суда по MH17 и проблемах внутри ЕС.

Judy Asks: Should the West impose more sanctions on Russia?

19 October 2016
Carnegie Europe
The statement on Syria by the EU’s Foreign Affairs Council on October 17 was full of strong rhetoric and empty of substance.
Don’t give up on TTIP

Don’t give up on TTIP

Rem Korteweg
06 September 2016
Prospect
TTIP, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, is in trouble. A chilly protectionist breeze is blowing across the west and the likelihood of reaching and ratifying a deal is receding.

CER podcast: 5 questions on territorial disputes in the South China Sea

Sophia Besch, Rem Korteweg
26 July 2016
Sophia Besch talks to Rem Korteweg about reactions to the recent UN tribunal ruling from the region, the US and the EU, and the difficult balance between power politics and international law.

Russia using refugee crisis to divide the West

08 June 2016
Anadolu Post
Russia is deploying a raft of measures, from propaganda to threats of nuclear war in an effort to divide and weaken the West. After a slow start, the West is responding.

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.