Foreign Policy

By Dr Richard Connoly; Mathieu Boulègue

The newly approved state armament programme (GPV 2027) will form the basis of Russia’s defence procurement and military priorities until…

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By Timothy Stafford

As European governments scramble to find a way to save the Iran nuclear deal, a new report today from The…

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By Ian Bond

Donald Trump’s combative attitude to America’s European allies and partners, and his hostility to international institutions that have underpinned Western…

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By Dr Jacob Parakilas; Thomas Raines

To better understand how governments on both sides of the Atlantic might respond to a descent towards populist authoritarianism in…

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By Various Authors

This Occasional Paper examines the factors contributing to radicalisation and violent extremism among labour migrants from Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan…

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By Tim Eaton

Libya suffers from interlinked political, security and economic crises that are weakening state institutions, damaging its economy and facilitating the…

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By Sir Andrew Wood

Following his re-election on 18 March 2018, by a respectable but not wholly earned margin of victory, Vladimir Putin will…

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By Ian Bond

In foreign policy terms, Brexit has the potential to make the UK more autonomous but less influential, and the European…

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By Sophia Besch; Christian Odendahl

The next German government should overcome 'small nation' thinking: Berlin needs to acknowledge that its domestic economic policy has consequences…

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