List of published interviews:
Austria - Mercedes Echerer, actress, radio and TV presenter and former MEP for the Green Party: 'The EU Is a Foreign Country'
Belgium - Dirk Verhofstadt, a leading member of the liberal Belgium think tank Liberales and the brother of the former prime minister: 'Europe Risks Becoming a Footnote in History'
Bulgaria - Teodora Dimova, playwright and journalist: 'EU Problems Seem Distant to Bulgaria'
Cyprus - Myria Vassiliadou of the European Women's Lobby: 'We Talk about the Unification of Cyprus, not Europe'
Czech Republic - Michael Viewegh, best-selling author: 'The Sick Nature of Czech Politics Is the Power Struggle Between the Two Largest Parties.'
Denmark - Hans Martens, director of the European Policy Centre think tank in Brussels: Denmark still pondering 'Yes' or 'No' to EU
Estonia - Kristiina Ojuland, former foreign minister: 'Russia Should not Get Special Treatment'
Finland - Heidi Hautala, member of the Finnish parliament and former member of the European Parliament: 'The Nordic Model Has Gained Ground in Europe'
France - Christophe Barbier, the editor in chief of the French weekly l'Express: 'The Feeling Is that Europe Has Saved France from the Crisis'
Germany - Jan Techau, European policy expert at the German Council on Foreign Relations: 'Our Leaders Are more Comfortable Going a German Way'
Greece - Loukas Tsoukalis, president of the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy: 'The Greeks Feel Overwhelmed.'
Hungary - Tibor Dessewffy, founder of the independent think tank Demos Hungary: 'The Hoped-for EU Miracle Has Failed to Materialize.'
Ireland - Pat Cox, former president of the European Parliament: 'A Cold Shower of Economic Reality'
Italy - Angelo Panebianco, political science lecturer at the University of Bologna and commentator for Italian daily Corriere della Se.'ra: 'Italians See Europe as an Element of Continuity and Stability
Latvia - Valdis Zatlers, president of the Republic of Latvia: Latvians Have Shelved their Euroskepticism
Lithuania - Indre Makaraityte: Lithuanians Love the EU but Fear Betrayal
Luxembourg - Philippe Poirier, the head of the Research Program on European Governance at the University of Luxembourg: 'We Want to Protect Parts of our Luxembourg Economy'
Malta - Peter Xuereb of the Department of European and Comparative Law at the University of Malta: 'Malta Would like more Help with Immigration'
Netherlands - Jan Rood, head of the European Studies Programme of the Clingendael Institute of International Relations: 'Many Voters Still Feel Angry in the Netherlands'
Poland - Adam Jasser of the DemosEuropa Center for European Strategy: 'Europe Needs to Dream its Dream Again.'
Portugal - Maria do Céu Neves, a reporter for the Diário de Noticias newspaper: 'Portuguese Suport the Lisbon Treaty Because it Was Settled Here.'
Romania - Horia-Roman Patapievici, president of the Romanian Cultural Institute: 'Romanians Know Russia Better than You, So Trust Us'
Slovakia - Dusan Caplovic, deputy prime minister for European affairs: 'The Euro Is a Guarantee of Stability'
Slovenia - Drago Jancar, Slovenian writer, dramatist and intellectual: 'We Distrust Slovenian Politicians even more than We do Brussels'
Spain - Diego Hidalgo, president of the Foundation for International Relations and Exterior Dialogue: 'Spaniards Are Still very Much in Favor of Europe'
Sweden - Cecilia Malmström, Swedish minister for European Affairs: 'Support for the EU Is Growing in Sweden'
United Kingdom - Timothy Garton Ash: 'There Is a Tremendous Sense of a Missed Opportunity in the UK'