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By Mark Leonard - Sep 06,2020
BERLIN — When COVID-19 struck Europe and forced millions of people into internal exile, many were overcome by a deep sense of loneliness.
By Mark Leonard - Sep 03,2020
BERLIN – With November approaching, I am becoming ever more nervous about the US presidential election.
By Mark Leonard - Feb 20,2020
BERLIN – After the United Kingdom voted in 2016 to leave the European Union, policymakers and political leaders across Europe feared that they, too, would soon face a similar crisis.
By Mark Leonard - Dec 15,2019
BERLIN — European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen’s ambition to lead a “geopolitical commission” is about to face its first big test.
By Mark Leonard - Nov 28,2019
BERLIN — On December 1, Ursula von der Leyen will finally take office as president of the European Commission.
By Mark Leonard - Jul 25,2019
BERLIN — The last five years have not been kind to the European Union’s foreign-policy prospects.
By Mark Leonard - Jun 26,2019
BERLIN — The escalating rivalry between China and the United States is ushering in a bipolar world. While the past few decades have been defined mostly by cooperation among the world’s leading powers, the next few will be marked by zero-sum competition.
By Mark Leonard - Mar 06,2019
MUNICH — Two Americas were represented by two different vice presidents at the Munich Security Conference this year.
By Mark Leonard - Jan 14,2019
BERLIN — The politics of Brexit is descending into chaos. The European Union is fragmenting into northern, southern, eastern and western tribes.
By Mark Leonard - Nov 27,2018
BERLIN — There has long been talk that the strategic rivalry emerging between the United States and China in recent years could one day give way to confrontation. That moment has arrived.

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