Monthly Archives: February 2019

By Matthias Bauer

Do European companies pay their fair share of tax? Many companies headquartered in France, Germany, Italy and Spain show very…

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By Andreas Johansson Heinö

The 2019 edition of Timbro Authoritarian Populism Index shows that 2018 was the best year to date for populist parties…

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By Jack Watling

This Occasional Paper explores Iran's foreign policy objectives through a strategic lens, considering strengths, weaknesses, and proxy relationships.

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By Various authors

This report considers how the UK AML regime should develop after the conclusion of the 2018 Financial Action Task Force…

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By Gabor Scheiring

FPC Research Fellow Dr Gabor Scheiring writes in this recent article that new authoritarian leaders find it hard to tolerate…

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By Patrick Spencer

This report outlines a vision for the National Retraining Scheme. At its core is the creation of a Personal Learner…

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By Wilf Lytton; Ryan Shorthouse

Decarbonising the UK’s gas network presents one of the most significant political and economic challenges facing the UK. Natural gas…

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By Veerle Nouwens

This Occasional Paper explores China's Maritime Silk Road in economic and political terms, its maritime routes, its key destinations and…

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By George Bangham

How happy are people in the United Kingdom? How satisfied are they with their lives? These questions and others are…

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