Mark Leonard - 02 September 2016
The dislocation and confusion of 2016 do not rival the turmoil of the interwar period, but they are certainly symptoms of a new interregnum.
Mark Leonard - 04 August 2016
Johnson did more than anyone to bury Britain’s European future; but his ultra-flexibility may yet prove to be its salvation.
The next phase of European integration must engage with - and provide safeguards against - the dark side of interdependence. Otherwise Brexit will be just the beginning.
Mark Leonard - 24 June 2016
The people have spoken. But yesterday’s vote to leave the European Union is only the beginning of what will be a long and uncertain process of divorce.
Mark Leonard - 13 June 2016
The uncertainty is stress-testing the British elite and the rest of the world, which is looking on helplessly at the results.
Mark Leonard - 11 May 2016
European migrants are supporting the social fabric of places such as Thurrock and keeping Britain’s creaking public services on life support.
Mark Leonard - 26 April 2016
As control over population flows becomes a currency of power, states that follow the M-7’s lead will have the opportunity to boost their geopolitical heft.
Mark Leonard - 21 April 2016
Why are the Brexiteers so worried about the American President’s intervention in the referendum campaign?
Mark Leonard - 24 March 2016
Terrorist attacks in Brussels were quickly pounced on by Brexit supporters, but is Britain's security is strengthened by EU cooperation?
Mark Leonard - 15 March 2016
How Angela Merkel’s handling of the refugee crisis emboldened the far right and led to troubling questions about her future as chancellor.
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