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By Mark Leonard - Feb 25,2024
MUNICH — Not for the first time, the central figure at this year’s Munich Security Conference was someone not in attendance.
By Mark Leonard - Feb 03,2024
DAVOS — This year’s World Economic Forum in Davos was even more exhausting and bewildering than usual.
By Mark Leonard - Oct 12,2023
BERLIN — Where will Europe’s borders end?
By Mark Leonard - Jul 24,2023
BERLIN — May was a busy month for Arab diplomats. Twelve years after the Arab League suspended Syria’s membership, Syrian President Bashar Assad was officially welcomed back into the fold.
By Mark Leonard - Jul 10,2023
 BERLIN — When NATO leaders descend on Vilnius this month for the alliance’s annual summit, they will demonstrate that the organisation, newly united behind support for Ukraine, is far from “brain dead”, as French President Emmanuel Macron infamously described it in 2019.
By Mark Leonard - Jun 05,2023
DAVOS — Is globalisation coming back to life?
By Mark Leonard - May 16,2023
BERLIN — The European Parliament elections are still a year away, but political parties across the European Union have already shifted to campaign mode.
By Mark Leonard - Feb 27,2023
MUNICH — Is sound, forward-looking foreign policy still possible? Talking to the statesmen, diplomats, intelligence operatives and scholars gathered at the Munich Security Conference last week, I had my doubts.Consider US-China relations.
By Mark Leonard - Dec 22,2022
BERLIN — Ukraine will enter 2023 with wind in its sails. Against all odds, it repelled Russia’s initial attempt to take Kyiv, then recaptured extensive territory around Kharkiv and Kherson, and inflicted heavy losses on the invading forces.
By Mark Leonard - Nov 22,2022
 WASHINGTON, DC  —  European leaders are breathing a huge sigh of relief following the Republicans’ failure to achieve a “red wave” in the US midterm elections.



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