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Defending our data

The first major report into the Government’s proposed 5G solution has dismissed mitigation strategies relied upon to

The big European sort?

Europe is increasingly experiencing one of the economic trends that has frayed US politics: the growth of

You never listen to me

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

Lessons from Brexit

The EU’s first membership crisis has exposed deep rifts within the European political infrastructure – and with

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

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By Bob Seely MP; Dr Peter Varnish OBE; Dr John Hemmings

The first major report into the Government’s proposed 5G solution has dismissed mitigation strategies relied upon to justify the decision…

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By Christian Odendahl; John Springford; Scott Johnson; Jamie Murray

Europe is increasingly experiencing one of the economic trends that has frayed US politics: the growth of high-value services and…

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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 Louis Cox-Brusseau

The EU’s first membership crisis has exposed deep rifts within the European political infrastructure – and with no clear indication…

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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 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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