Monthly Archives: July 2017

By Sarah Lain

This paper explores Russian corporate raiding (reiderstvo) tactics, which are used to pressure and/or steal businesses, often with the complicity…

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By Andreas Johansson Heino

The 2017 TIMBRO Authoritarian Populism Index is the only Europe-wide comprehensive study that aims to shed light on whether populism…

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By Dr Andrew Foxall

The true scale of the Russian military’s activities around UK territory is made clear for the first time, in a…

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By Various Authors

This paper examines the implications of the US Third Offset Strategy for the UK. It finds that UK defence equipment…

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By Christian Odendahl

Germany’s labour market and welfare reforms of the early 2000s have gained an outsized importance over time. For some, these…

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By Stephen Clarke; Neil Lee

Policy makers in Westminster, devolved administrations, cities and local authorities struggle with many of the same challenges. Encouraging economic growth…

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By Various Authors

This paper argues that despite recent coordination on sanctions against Russia and Iran, there is still a misalignment over how…

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By Matt Whittaker

Britain is seven years into a prolonged period of fiscal consolidation, in which constraints on public spending have been the…

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By Edward Burke

Before the UK’s Brexit referendum a year ago, few British politicians paid any attention to the problems that Brexit might…

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