JAMES ROGERS asks faculty from the Henry Jackson Society what implications Covid-19 will have for Britain’s domestic and international policies and position
ZAKI COOPER assesses Britain’s ‘soft power’ assets on the day that the country leaves the European Union and begins charting a new future as ‘Global Britain’
PHILIP SHETLER-JONES argues – on the anniversary of the start of the Suez Crisis – that the United Kingdom should review the dominant assumptions of the 1950s and 1960s, to ...
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
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
JAMES ROGERS argues that the new government headed by Boris Johnson needs to make some big reforms to the way Britain does foreign policy, not least because of the rise ...
BOB SEELY MP argues that the time has come to develop closer ties between Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom – the ‘CANZUK’ nations
JAMES ROGERS interviews MENNA RAWLINGS about the meaning and strategy behind the vision of ‘Global Britain’