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Since its inception in 2013, China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has seen enormous expansion over 2018 and the first quarter of 2019. It has become President Xi Jinping’s foreign policy ‘brand’. At present, the...0
As Britain edges ever closer to the date of its exit of from the European Union, the UK’s diplomatic failure over the last few years becomes increasingly evident. There is a growing consensus that the UK Government...0
Huawei is facing an existential crisis throughout Europe and North America. The Chinese tech giant is the world's largest telecommunications equipment maker and has recently overtaken Apple in becoming the world’s...0
It may seem impossible to see through the Brexit fog, but the rest of the world continues to present significant challenges and opportunities for the UK in 2019. Many of the top ten countdowns over the New Year...0
The British Foreign Policy Group has now for two years been hosting events and building networks around the UK to engage with communities and better understand the shifting dynamics of the UK’s international links...0
Great piece from @latikambourke. A key conclusion from the event was that whatever the assessment of threat vs reward from engaging with China, UK would greatly benefit from a well defined and widely understood strategic approach to China. Lessons from 🇦🇺 here too.twitter.com/latikambourke/…5 days ago
This publication measures the geopolitical capability of the worlds major powers. The report looks at 20 major countries.The report also critiques methods of examining geopolitical capabilities of major powers and...0