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Back to the future

This report from the UK think tank The Foreign Policy Centre looks at why a human rights-focused

Brexit and the Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement

This report from the UK think tank Open Europe looks at finding a way through the backstop

Disputed territories, disputed rights

This report from the UK think tank the Foreign Policy Centre looks at how to address human

European security cooperation after Brexit

This briefing from the UK think tank Open Europe looks at unanswered questions for the UK and

Up in arms

This report from the UK think tank the Centre for European Reform looks at Europe's arms export

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By Cristina Varriale

This study examines how mutual security-related steps could be undertaken in order to progress diplomacy related to limiting, rolling back…

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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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