Monthly Archives: October 2017

By Ruth Ellen Wasem

Balancing national security and the benefits of the visa waiver program is a challenging process.

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By Various Authors

Prosperity was once considered purely a measurement of financial success. Today though, it’s a vital indicator of a nation’s health…

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By Dr Andrew Foxall

Moldova is a “captured state” – in the words of the World Bank – in which the country’s post-Soviet transition…

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By Tony Lodge; Daniel Mahoney

Britain’s energy strategy, as set out by the Government, is to replace its old coal fired and nuclear power stations…

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By Daniel Mahoney

According to Rupert Harrison, George Osborne’s former special adviser, the triple lock on pensions was a Liberal Democrat demand for…

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By Conor D'arcy; David Finch

The coming years will be pivotal for the UK’s labour market. Along with new questions raised by Brexit, the responses…

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By Paul Swinney

This briefing forms part of our series on the industrial strategy and looks at how successful cities can manage the costs of…

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By Sarah Ashraf

This report highlights the growing significance of the Islamic State in the Khorasan Province, or ISKP. It also assesses the…

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By Various Authors

This report makes the case for increased Western support, and argues the EU has been too timid in applying its…

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