Marc Champion is an editorial board member at Bloomberg View. All views are my own. Re-Tweets are not endorsements.Marc Champion is an editorial board member at Bloomberg View. All views are my own. Re-Tweets are not endorsements.

I'm a member of the editorial board at Bloomberg View, which I joined in early 2012. Before that I was at the Wall Street Journal for 12 years, in London covering European politics, diplomacy and security; then in Brussels as deputy bureau chief for the Brussels and Germany bureaus, editing the reporters and writing about Eastern Europe; and then as bureau chief in Istanbul in 2011/12. Before joining ...

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Get in touch by email about pitching Opeds for publication on Bloomberg View, related to economics, finance, politics or society in Europe and the Middle East. We only take pieces on spec, but best to propose the idea first.

Why the US is wading into the Brexit row

gulfnews.com — This Friday, US President Barack Obama will dive into a nest of vipers as venomous as anything Republicans can offer: Britain's debate over whether to leave the European Union. As far as campaigners for "Brexit" are concerned, he is a most unwelcome guest. Yet Obama is right to speak up.

Obama right to oppose ‘Brexit’

sandiegouniontribune.com — This week, U.S. President Barack Obama will dive into a nest of vipers as venomous as anything Republicans can offer: Britain's debate over whether to leave the European Union. As far as campaigners for "Brexit" are concerned, he is a most unwelcome guest. Yet Obama is right to speak up.

Obama Is Right to Urge Britons to Stay in the EU

bloombergview.com — This week, U.S. President Barack Obama will dive into a nest of vipers as venomous as anything Republicans can offer: Britain's debate over whether to leave the European Union. As far as campaigners for "Brexit" are concerned, he is a most unwelcome guest. Yet Obama is right to speak up.

Britain Should Heed Mr. Dull Over Mr. Fun on Europe

bloombergview.com — Two voices are coming to define the argument over whether Britain should vote to leave the European Union in June, those of Boris Johnson, a contender for prime minister when David Cameron steps down, and of John Major, who already held the job. The comparison flatters Major every time he speaks.

Trump asks right question on Nato, botches answer

gulfnews.com — Donald Trump is weighing in on the future of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Nato), a topic about which he admits to knowing little and on which he is - not for the first time - spectacularly wrong. But he isn't wrong to pose the question of whether the alliance is now obsolete.

Trump’s NATO question, at least, was valid

stripes.com — Donald Trump is weighing in on the future of NATO, a topic about which he admits to knowing little and on which he is - not for the first time - spectacularly wrong. But he isn't wrong to pose the question of whether the alliance is now obsolete.

Marc Champion: Trump asks right question on NATO, botches answer

commercialappeal.com — Donald Trump is weighing in on the future of NATO, a topic about which he admits to knowing little and on which he is - not for the first time - spectacularly wrong. But he isn't wrong to pose the question of whether the alliance is now obsolete.

Trump Asks a Good Question About NATO (and Botches It)

bloombergview.com — Donald Trump is weighing in on the future of NATO, a topic about which he admits to knowing little and on which he is -- not for the first time -- spectacularly wrong. But he isn't wrong to pose the question of whether the alliance is now obsolete.

This Time The Hague Got It Wrong

bloombergview.com — A United Nations court in The Hague has acquitted Vojislav Seselj, the Serbian nationalist whose volunteers helped to start the war in Croatia in 1991, of all charges. It isn't the "not guilty" verdict that's shocking or necessarily wrong.

Champion: There's a better way to secure our airports - Richmond Times-Dispatch: Guest-columnists

richmond.com — "I would really hope we do not introduce additional screening points in response to this," said Philip Baum, editor of Aviation Security International Magazine and author of a book published this month on the history of aviation hijacks and bombings.
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Apr 22, 2016

FACT: Interesting dataviz of how generous countries have been with Syria aid: bit.ly/tSyria #refugeecrisis

Apr 21, 2016

Nice piece opn how poker's killing the Russian chess star. bv.ms/1TkjYjX via @BV

Apr 18, 2016

My piece: Obama is right to urge Britons to stay in the EU bv.ms/1Te7bPZ via @BV

Apr 14, 2016

Nice set of grafs showing extent of market concern at what #Brexit would mean - bloom.bg/1MvuCoM via @BBGVisualData

Apr 06, 2016

Rather brave piece from Shdi Hamid in defense of the Libya intervention: vox.com/2016/4/5/11363… via @voxdotcom

Apr 06, 2016

It's OK for Trump to ask NATO's obsolete - a tough call 10 years ago, but not now. My piece. bv.ms/1SygwPN via @BV

Apr 06, 2016

Interesting column asking 'yes, so what now?' of new book on US failure to impose a new world order. nyti.ms/23aw5Ir

Mar 31, 2016

@Dannyvis @NeilRBuckley No idea I'm afraid. Presumably the court has access to the colon cancer diagnosis tho.

Mar 31, 2016

RT @NeilRBuckley: #Seselj: the #ICTY got it wrong this time: excellent analysis backed by on-the-ground reporting at the time twitter.com/MarcChampion1/…0BWvZSCJx


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