Monday, 21 October 2019
Global Britain

PHILIP SHETLER-JONES argues that Britons have indulged in seven deadly sins when thinking about their country’s global position and role – sins which need to be challenged and overcome

History

ELOISE DAVIES argues that it might be easier to navigate the politics of Brexit by better understanding British political and economic ideas surrounding liberty and sovereignty in the eighteenth century

History

DR ANDREW THOMPSON argues that Britain needs to study and understand its history in relation to both sides of the Atlantic Ocean if it is to prosper in the twenty-first century

Military

ROBERT CLARK interviews Commodore James Parkin, the Commander of the Royal Navy’s Amphibious Task Group, about Operation BALTIC PROTECTOR and the Joint Expeditionary Force

Diplomacy

SAM GOODMAN argues that the time has come for the United Kingdom to adopt legislation modelled off America’s Logan Act to prevent unauthorised British diplomatic activity

Commentaries

MILIA HAU argues that the United Kingdom has a legal and ethical responsibility to do more to uphold the freedoms of the people of Hong Kong

DR PAUL STOTT argues that the successes of Operation Banner in Northern Ireland should not be misunderstood and that politics will always be at the centre of any attempt to forge a ...

Essays

SAM GOODMAN argues that the time has come for the United Kingdom to adopt legislation modelled off America’s Logan Act to prevent unauthorised British diplomatic activity

ROBERT CLARK argues that the time has come – given Iranian behaviour in the Gulf – for the United Kingdom to begin edging closer to the United States in relation to Iran

Interviews

ROBERT CLARK interviews Commodore James Parkin, the Commander of the Royal Navy’s Amphibious Task Group, about Operation BALTIC PROTECTOR and the Joint Expeditionary Force

JAMES ROGERS interviews The Rt. Hon. JOHN REDWOOD MP about British foreign policy, particularly in relation to Europe

Telegrams

ELOISE DAVIES argues that it might be easier to navigate the politics of Brexit by better understanding British political and economic ideas surrounding liberty and sovereignty in the eighteenth century

DR ANDREW THOMPSON argues that Britain needs to study and understand its history in relation to both sides of the Atlantic Ocean if it is to prosper in the twenty-first century