Where next for US foreign policy?

This report from UK think tank BFPG looks at how the election will shape multilateralism, transatlantic relations, and the special relationship.

This new research paper from the British Foreign Policy Group (BFPG) sets out the potential consequences of a Biden or Trump victory in the US 2020 Presidential elections next month, in terms of the future of multilateralism, the ‘special relationship’ and US-EU transatlantic relations. Led by the BFPG’s Director, Sophia Gaston, it finds that either outcome in the election is likely to increase pressure on the United Kingdom to take a more prominent role in global governance.

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