The British Foreign Policy Group commissioned BMG research to carry out a poll on public perceptions of UK foreign policy....1
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The issue of national identity, inextricably tied to the notion of patriotism, remains a thorny and politically charged issue to the detriment of our national story. It’s about time we embraced what being patriotic should mean, and what better...0
Arm exports are often defended on the basis of jobs and security. After Brexit, the UK must scrutinise these arguments to address whether our arms policy truly advances or undermines British interests in such volatile political circumstances....0
The early stages of Brexit negotiations have already shown signs of stalling and run the risk of further delay and failure as they are constrained by the rigid mechanisms of Article 50. The tension and occasional outright hostility between the...0
The apocalyptic destruction wreaked by Hurricane Irma, and now that of the almost certainly similarly devastating Hurricane Maria, has momentarily thrust the British Overseas Territories onto the news agenda. But how many people in the UK...0
Mick Jagger is one of the latest big names to share his rather pessimistic thoughts on UK foreign policy, in his case via song. Significant changes, both at home and abroad, have set in action an inevitable reshuffle in our foreign policy. But...0
ODA from EU has inc 27% over 5 yrs. How does UK as a development donor compare w/ other EU countries? via @CONCORD_Europe5 hours ago
This report stresses the vital role of Parliament in debates about Britain’s place in the world. It also highlights the importance of Select Committees in building cross-party consensus on key UK foreign policy issues.0