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Rethinking refugee support

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

Understanding the Romanian diaspora

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

Responding to terrorism requires social cohesion, not censorship

Katie Morris argues that governments across Europe regularly invoke the threat of terrorism to limit freedom of

The South China sea

On 31st August 2018, HMS Albion, one of the Royal Navy’s amphibious assault ships, passed through the

Why would a third country root for soft Brexit? Views and lessons from Turkey

Dr Yaprak Gursoy, FPC Research Associate and Lecturer at Aston University, outlines some of the implications of

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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 Katie Morris

Katie Morris argues that governments across Europe regularly invoke the threat of terrorism to limit freedom of expression beyond what…

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By John Hemmings; James Rogers

On 31st August 2018, HMS Albion, one of the Royal Navy’s amphibious assault ships, passed through the Paracel Islands in…

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By Yaprak Gürsoy

Dr Yaprak Gursoy, FPC Research Associate and Lecturer at Aston University, outlines some of the implications of Brexit for the…

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By Andrew Foxall; John Hemmings

The UK’s leaving of the European Union and Donald Trump’s election as US President have produced sufficient uncertainty in the…

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By Ian Bond; Igor Yurgens

Relations between Russia and the West are likely to be characterised by distrust, mutual fear and confrontation for the remainder…

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By Dr Chris Ogden

In this FPC Briefing Paper Dr Chris Ogden (FPC Research Fellow and Senior Lecturer in Asian Security at the University…

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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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