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Audit of geopolitical capability 2019

Since the Great Recession in the late 2000s it has been claimed that a number of emerging

Revitalising UK-Latin America engagement post-Brexit

The latest British Foreign Policy Group report, “Revitalising UK-Latin America Engagement post-Brexit”, provides an extensive analysis of

Blocking progress: the damaging side effects of economic sanctions

During the twentieth century, economic sanctions became more prevalent. In the twenty-first century they have become a

A question of power

In A Question of Power, Policy Exchange sets out the case for the establishment of a new

Saudi Arabia and Iran: the struggle to shape the Middle East

This publication examines the increasingly fractious rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran and its devastating impact, shaped

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By James Rogers

Since the Great Recession in the late 2000s it has been claimed that a number of emerging economies, particularly the…

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By Edward Elliott; Dr. Thomas Mills

The latest British Foreign Policy Group report, “Revitalising UK-Latin America Engagement post-Brexit”, provides an extensive analysis of the UK’s foreign…

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By Nima Sanandaji

During the twentieth century, economic sanctions became more prevalent. In the twenty-first century they have become a frequently used tool…

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By Gabriel Elefteriu

In A Question of Power, Policy Exchange sets out the case for the establishment of a new MoD Office of…

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By Dr Simon Mabon (ed.)

This publication examines the increasingly fractious rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran and its devastating impact, shaped by geopolitical aspirations…

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By Dr Andrew Foxall

A new report from the Henry Jackson Society think tank – endorsed by the former Director-General of MI6 – makes…

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By Micah Zenko

Despite significant financial expenditure and thousands of lives lost, the American military presence in the Middle East retains bipartisan US…

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By Christopher Vandome; Dr. Alex Vines OBE

The illegal wildlife trade (IWT) significantly impacts African economies by destroying and corroding natural, human and social capital stocks. This…

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By Lina Khatib; Lina Sinjab

The Syrian conflict has changed the functions, capacity and agency of the principal institutions through which the state exercises control,…

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