Sunday, 21 July 2019
Strategy

DR JOHN HEMMINGS argues that British politicians and officials need to resist attempts by the People's Republic of China to deactivate British policy-making and subject the United Kingdom

Strategy

DR JOHN HEMMINGS argues that British policy-makers need to review their understanding of the People’s Republic of China if they are to put relations on a more realistic and durable footing

Strategy

NAMAN HABTOM-DESTA critiques and responds to Dr Thomas Peak’s call for a British doctrine of atrocity prevention

Geopolitics

ROBERT CLARK argues that the United Kingdom needs to reassert leadership over the defence of Europe, reconfirming the centrality of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation

Politics

DR PAUL STOTT argues that Northern Ireland is neither moving forwards politically, nor backwards – but is instead drifting in circles

Commentaries

DR JOHN HEMMINGS argues that British policy-makers need to review their understanding of the People’s Republic of China if they are to put relations on a more realistic and durable footing

DR PAUL STOTT argues that Northern Ireland is neither moving forwards politically, nor backwards – but is instead drifting in circles

Essays

DR JOHN HEMMINGS argues that British politicians and officials need to resist attempts by the People's Republic of China to deactivate British policy-making and subject the United Kingdom

ROBERT CLARK argues that the United Kingdom needs to reassert leadership over the defence of Europe, reconfirming the centrality of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation

Interviews

DR PAUL STOTT interviews DR ASHLEY COX about the nature and character of conservative diplomacy

JAMES ROGERS interviews TOM TUGENDHAT MP about the future of British strategic policy

Telegrams

NAMAN HABTOM-DESTA critiques and responds to Dr Thomas Peak’s call for a British doctrine of atrocity prevention

RIAN WHITTON questions whether Britain has lost sight of what made it great and whether it is time to dust off forgotten economic ideas