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German election’s EU impact — Playbookers’ premiere — Age of ‘unpeace’

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The German election campaign’s impact on EU policymakers is up for debate this week. And European Council on Foreign Relations director Mark Leonard talks about his new book, “The Age of Unpeace.”

Suzanne Lynch and Jakob Hanke Vela, the new authors of our flagship Brussels Playbook newsletter, introduce themselves to our podcast audience. They join POLITICO’s Andrew Gray and Rym Momtaz to discuss how the Brussels bubble is looking at the German election. And they ask why chancellor candidates Armin Laschet and Olaf Scholz took time off from the campaign trail to visit French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris this week. Be sure to subscribe to our Germany Election Playbook for daily news and analysis from the campaign.

Our special guest is Mark Leonard, founder and director of the European Council on Foreign Relations. He discusses his new book, “The Age of Unpeace: How Connectivity Causes Conflict” with our executive producer Cristina Gonzalez.

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