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DW News: Post-Merkel foreign policy

Sophie Besch, as senior research fellow at the CER spoke to DW news about Germany's role in the world, how Germany chooses to handle China, Russia and its relationship with the US is likely to vary...

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For friends of the CER: The view from Warsaw, September 2021

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CER podcast: Europe's gas crisis heats up

In this week’s Centre for European Reform podcast, our chief economist Christian Odendahl is joined by CER’s director of foreign policy, Ian Bond, and research fellows Elisabetta Cornago and Zach...

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CNBC: Impression by how smoothly coalition talks advancing

"The Finance Minister has become the most important position in government after the Chancellor...The national interest of Germany will shape Christian Lindner more than Christian Lindner will shape...

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Ask CER - Episode 2: Europe's climate challenges, the EU's recovery fund, and...

This week’s CER podcast is the second episode in our ‘Ask CER’ series, where our researchers answer questions that our listeners have asked. Our media co-ordinator and host Rosie Giorgi speaks to...

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Euronews Tonight: Russia-Ukraine border

Ian Bond argues that he's sceptical that Putin actually wants to take over Belarus, because having a weak, dependent Lukashenka suits him better than having to assume full responsibility for a country...

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Voice of America: COVID-19 surge, inflation fears overshadow Europe's...

John Springford explains that global supply chains have struggled to cope with the pent-up consumer demand following the pandemic: something we will see for the coming months. That’s why central banks...

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Members' webinar videos mailing

Email events Members' webinar on the German election resultsMembers' webinar on energy price spikes and on the rule of law

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CNBC: German coalition deal set to be announced as talks near completion

Having the fiscally conservative Christian Lindner as finance minister was one of the FDP's conditions. But the party knows Germany and Europe need investment, so Germany will try to circumvent its...

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RTVE Radio: Desafío polaco: la gota que colma el vaso

Uno de los grandes asuntos abordados por la reciente cumbre europea ha sido el desafío de Polonia al Estado de derecho, asunto del que hablamos con Camino Mortera Martínez, investigadora principal del...

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The New Statesman: World review podcast - Farewell Merkel, hello Scholz

"Germany understands that it's time for a 'period of modernisation'" said Christian Odendahl of the CER, on the modernising ambitions of Olaf Scholz as Chancellor. Christian OdendahlView multimedia08...

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ITV News: Analysis shows Brexit caused £12 billion of lost trade in October

The Centre for European Reform (CER) has modelled the trading performance of a UK that did not leave the EU, using trade data from countries - like the US, Germany, Greece, New Zealand and Sweden -...

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For friends of the CER: Notes from Brussels, December 2021

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For friends of the CER: Notes from Brussels, December 2021

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UCL European Institute: Exploring European policy careers with Charles Grant

In a new video series, Charles Grant, director of the Centre for European Reform reflects on his career trajectory to date and shares advice for students exploring careers in policy or a related...

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Ask CER - Episode 3: Strategic autonomy, the EU's taxonomy and the French...

In this week's CER podcast, our experts answered the questions you wrote in with, asking about all things European policy. Our media co-ordinator Rosie Giorgi spoke to senior research fellows Luigi...

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CER podcast: Do states need to use more economic coercion to drive climate...

This week’s CER podcast features speakers from our recent economics conference on ‘The politics of climate change’ at Ditchley Park.Panellists included Suzi Kerr of the Environmental Defence Fund, the...

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DW News: Ukraine, Russia, Germany and France hold talks

The hope for talks between France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine would be to come to a diplomatic solution for the Russia-Ukraine crisis, says Sophia Besch.Sophia BeschView multimedia10 February 2022

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Sky News: UK ready to impose some severe economic consequences on Russia

Ian Bond said the UK should keep supporting the Ukrainians, who are best-placed to defend their country... but it's too late to be thinking about sending armed forces in. News of troops being on the...

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CER podcast: The Russia-Ukraine crisis as seen from Kyiv and Paris

In this week's CER podcast on the Russia-Ukraine crisis, our foreign policy director Ian Bond is joined by Marie Dumoulin, a former French diplomat who now heads the Wider Europe programme at the...

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