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Should the EU make foreign policy decisions by majority voting?

Lowering the threshold for making foreign policy decisions to a majority vote from unanimity would help the

You never listen to me

The murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi shows the European Union needs to re-evaluate its deferential and tentative

Behind Global Britain

A new report from the British Foreign Policy Group’s Edward Elliott and social researcher Sophia Gaston shows

Infrastructure, ideas, and strategy in the Indo-Pacific

The evolution of the ‘Indo-Pacific’ concept in regional foreign policy discourse has been one of the most

Russia and Iran: economic influence in Syria

Russia and Iran, the two main military allies and enablers of the Syrian regime, are engaged in

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By Leonard Schuette

Lowering the threshold for making foreign policy decisions to a majority vote from unanimity would help the European Union become…

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By Beth Oppeheim

The murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi shows the European Union needs to re-evaluate its deferential and tentative approach to Saudi…

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By Edward Elliott; Sophia Gaston

A new report from the British Foreign Policy Group’s Edward Elliott and social researcher Sophia Gaston shows Britons are deeply…

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By Dr John Hemmings

The evolution of the ‘Indo-Pacific’ concept in regional foreign policy discourse has been one of the most interesting phenomena of…

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By Sinan Hatahet

Russia and Iran, the two main military allies and enablers of the Syrian regime, are engaged in competition over access…

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By David Adam

The latest report from the BFPG “Manchester: Soft Power Entrepreneur” by David Adams, explains how Manchester has developed an enviable…

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By Dr Gemma Bird; Dr Jelena Obradovic-Wochnik; Dr Amanda Russell Beattie; Patrycja Rozbicka

This report finds that recent changes in EU border management have limited refugees’ movement across Europe, and as such, have…

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By Andra-Lucia Martinescu; Rares Burlacu

This essay is the first in a new Foreign Policy Centre series that aims to focus on the complex relationship…

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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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