Tuesday, 27 October 2020

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

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

JAMES ROGERS argues it is time for a renewed British focus on South America

JAMES ROGERS assesses the defence spending of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) over the past five years – and finds many allies still to be shirking and idling

DR PHILIP HITCHINGS assesses Britain’s past engagement with the Holy Roman Empire, before arguing that it might provide inspiration for the development of a new British continental strategy towards the ...

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

DR ANDREW FOXALL argues that to protect its allies overseas, the United Kingdom first needs to finalise closing Russia off from malicious behaviour in its own territory

PROF BRENDAN SIMMS argues that the European order will be unstable if the United Kingdom does not craft for itself a role as an ordering power in the geopolitics of ...