Saturday, 4 April 2020
Global Britain

JAMES ROGERS asks faculty from the Henry Jackson Society what implications Covid-19 will have for Britain’s domestic and international policies and position

Geopolitics

DR JOHN REAGAN argues that it is time for the United Kingdom and its allies to realise that, politically, China is not a ‘normal’ country

Environment

MATTHEW HENDERSON pieces together the series of negligent decisions by the Chinese Communist Party that allowed Covid-19 to spread around the world

Geopolitics

JAMES ROGERS argues that China’s response to Covid-19 reflects the behaviour of Xi Jinping’s deeply repressive regime – one that Britain should now start to decouple from

Strategy

JAMES ROGERS argues that the United Kingdom needs to update its European geostrategy if it is to continue to play a role in shaping the geopolitics of Europe

Essays

DR JOHN REAGAN argues that it is time for the United Kingdom and its allies to realise that, politically, China is not a ‘normal’ country

MATTHEW HENDERSON pieces together the series of negligent decisions by the Chinese Communist Party that allowed Covid-19 to spread around the world

Commentaries

DR PAUL STOTT asks whether Britain wishes to continue to be tied to a country – Turkey – whose values are increasingly different in nature to its own

DR RAKIB EHSAN argues that 2019 marks the re-emergence of the desire of the British people to take back control the destiny of their own nation

James asks

JAMES ROGERS asks faculty from the Henry Jackson Society what implications Covid-19 will have for Britain’s domestic and international policies and position

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

Standpoints

JAMES THORP argues simultaneously that while many green activists are unable to articulate a coherent response to climate change, Global Britain has the potential to lead with global economic decarbonisation

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

Telegrams

DR ALEXANDER CLARKE assesses the long-term implications of the Asama Maru Incident of 21st January 1940, when a British cruiser intercepted German merchant seamen on a Japanese ocean liner

TOBIAS CREMER looks at the attempts of Britain and Germany to draw the Middle East into their geostrategic competition at the turn of the twentieth century