Mark Leonard (director)
Mark Leonard (born 1974) is a British political scientist, and author. He is the director of the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) which he founded in 2007. He is the son of Dick Leonard, the writer and journalist, and Irène Heidelberger-Leonard, a professor of German literature. He has been writing for Project Syndicate, an international media organization, since 2004.
Mark Leonard founded the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) in October 2007, for which he serves as executive director. He moderates ECFR's weekly podcast "ECFR's World in 30 Minutes".
Mark Leonard was a pupil of the European School of Brussels 1 from where he graduated with a European Baccalaureate. Leonard graduated from Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, where he read social and political sciences. He was chairman of the Cambridge Organisation of Labour Students (now the Cambridge Universities Labour Club) in 1994-5.
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