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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

Putin sees and hears it all

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

Post-Brexit: what could a transformative, values-based EU and UK partnership in foreign policy look like?

Jacqueline Hale argues that as like-minded partners, sharing many policy traditions, norms and standards the EU and

State transformation and authoritarian governance

Dr Catherine Owen writes that ‘it is commonly assumed that authoritarian governments do not wish to involve

Iran and the GCC

The withdrawal of the US from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) has renewed international attention

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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 Jacqueline Hale

Jacqueline Hale argues that as like-minded partners, sharing many policy traditions, norms and standards the EU and UK have every…

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By Dr Catherine Owen

Dr Catherine Owen writes that ‘it is commonly assumed that authoritarian governments do not wish to involve citizens in questions…

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By Dr. Sanam Vakil

The withdrawal of the US from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) has renewed international attention on Iran’s interventions…

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By Dr John Hemmings; Dr Ramon Pacheco Pardo; Dr Tat Yan Kong

North Korea is ready to do a deal with Donald Trump, in which it exchanges its nuclear arsenal for economic…

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By Emil Dall; Tom Keatinge

This paper seeks to establish the baseline for a discussion on proliferation finance in the (re)insurance sector. The insurance industry…

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By John Bew; Gabriel Elefteriu; Andrew Ehrhardt

The UK cannot be complacent about the continuing existence of NATO: a world without the alliance would be even more…

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By Adam Ward et al.

There is a sense that the established order in global affairs is shifting. The rules, norms and institutions that have…

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