Mark Leonard welcomes Martin Wolf to discuss his latest book “The crisis of democratic capitalism”
‘De-risking’ could ensure the EU’s new strategic industrial policy addresses some of the major global challenges facing the bloc
Mark Leonard talks with Agathe Demarais about how sanctions work and how they can be truly effective
Mark Leonard and Alexander Stubb give us their take on this year’s World Economic Forum
The latest US export controls on semiconductor technologies traded with China mark the beginning of a new era for global technology trade. European states need to urgently discuss strategic export controls in order to participate in it.
The Inflation Reduction Act may reduce US dependency on China, but it also risks harming the transatlantic relationship. European governments must position themselves as critical allies for the US in order to preserve their economies – and effectively counter China’s geo-economic challenge.
Europeans are understandably eager to cut off all channels of Russian influence over their continent, especially in energy. But this interdependence has also allowed them to push back against Russian aggression.
Mark Leonard, Carl Bildt, Karoline Edtstadler, and Thomas Wieser discuss the future of globalisation and the role of a geopolitical Europe in front of a live audience
If the ECB is disciplined in its use of the recently announced Transmission Protection Instrument, this could turn out to be exactly what Europe needs
The EU needs a sanctions doctrine – a framework to set out the goals, means, and risks for the use of economic measures