Articles by Mark Leonard
Mark Leonard / August 5, 2020
The prime minister may look secure but before long the pandemic could be his undoing
Mark Leonard / June 5, 2020
They move fast and break things, but they might just have the energy to fix Brussels
Mark Leonard / November 12, 2019
Eastern Europe has become resentful of its own imitation of the west
Yeltsin's Russia adopted mainly western ideas; the Russia of Putin-Medvedev is trying to come up with a model of its own. But can the two leaders agree on what the model is?
Despite the global interest in the rise of China, no one is paying much attention to its ideas and who produces them. Yet China has a surprisingly lively intellectual class whose ideas may prove a...
Was the Iraq adventure doomed to fail or did the US administration mess it up? A new crop of books suggests that the nation-builders of Iraq were fighting the right war in theory but not in practice
Last month saw a small geopolitical revolution: India backed the west against Iran