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This report from the UK think tank Policy Exchange discusses resisting the judicialisation of war. Policy Exchange’s

China and instability in developing countries

This report from the UK think tank IISS looks at the political economy of China’s responses to

Getting to a new Iran Deal

This report from the UK think tank Chatham House puts forward a guide for Trump, Washington, Tehran,

Crossing the river by feeling the stones

This report from the UK think tank RUSI looks at the trajectory of China's maritime transformation. The

The ‘no true Muslim’ fallacy

This report from the UK think tank Civitas looks at how Muslims are intimidated and marginalised for

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By Alexander Babuta; Alex Krasodomski-Jones

This paper examines the personal security of individuals in British public life, with specific focus on politicians and government employees.

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By Various Authors

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) is currently testing various options for reforming Service Accommodation through an initiative known as the…

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By Adam Hug (ed.)

The Information Battle examines the ways in which the governments of former Soviet Union (FSU) look to shape international narratives…

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By Sophia Besch; Ian Bond; Camino Mortera-Martinez

The UK and European Union would both benefit from co-operating closely on foreign policy, defence, and justice and home affairs…

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By Various Authors

In the context of a so-far acrimonious British exit from the European Union, the security and defence portfolio should present…

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By James Hackett

The long-standing tinderbox of the Korean Peninsula, if ignited through another provocation or miscalculation, could spark a full-scale war that…

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By Bob Seely MP

Bob Seely MP today offers the first comprehensive definition of the nature of modern Russian warfare in a peer-reviewed paper…

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By James Rogers

Defending Europe: ‘Global Britain’ and the Future of European Geopolitics, a new report from The Henry Jackson Society, calls for…

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By Tom Cargill

“The Price of Freedom? A 3% GDP Target for Securing UK International Interests” discusses whether our current spending (around 2.75%…

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