Monthly Archives: June 2018

By Various Authors

In the context of a so-far acrimonious British exit from the European Union, the security and defence portfolio should present…

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By James Hackett

The long-standing tinderbox of the Korean Peninsula, if ignited through another provocation or miscalculation, could spark a full-scale war that…

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By Nicole Gicheva; Nigel Keohane

This report outlines the impact of parenthood on the work outcomes of mothers and fathers. Mothers face a long-term employment…

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By Johanna Lehne; Felix Preston

As a key input into concrete, the most widely used construction material in the world, cement is a major contributor…

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By Christopher Snowdon

The Nanny State Index tracks paternalistic lifestyle regulations that the European Parliament proposed in its current and previous legislative terms.…

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By Joe Owen; Lewis Lloyd; Jill Rutter

Deep political divisions over Brexit are creating a culture of secrecy in Whitehall. This report argues that the greatest challenge…

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By Julian Jessop

The UK might appear to have the most to lose from Brexit if City firms find it harder to sell…

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By Professor Elliott Ash

As early as the 1970s, computerized legal research services began to transform legal practice. Automated search through legal databases eventually…

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By Diego Zuluaga

Offshore financial centres (OFCs) are alleged to be hotbeds of tax evasion. Their role in facilitating individual and corporate tax…

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