Encouraging constructive and informed opinions on UK foreign policy without taking an institutional position on any issue.
We believe in supporting greater national engagement, public understanding, and fresh and innovative thinking on UK foreign policy.
Drop us an email, speak to a member of staff, contribute an article or subscribe to our monthly newsletter.
The illegal wildlife trade (IWT) is a global crisis involving organised criminal networks and is estimated to be worth up to £17 billion a year. It is a foreign policy issue because not only does it threaten species...0
Jeremy Hunt’s speech suggesting external appointments might be made to the FCO is important, and welcome, but it’s not new. The debate over the merits of external appointments to key diplomatic positions has gone...0
What is the link between SDGs, and the UK's Space and Foreign Policy? Why is Space Technology important to foster cooperation between states and tackle the prominent global challenges of our time. BFPG's Nadia Khan...0
Why was the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly important for the UK in the context of the Global Britain Agenda, and what did this reveal about the UK's current relationship with the UN? Nadia Khan assesses the...0
Although the PM's recent Africa visit was largely misunderstood or patronized by the UK media, it represented an important and welcome indication of fresh ambitious thinking in delivering HMG support to securing...0
In this latest by publication by Chatham House's Russia and Eurasia Programme, Duncan Allan analyses the links between the Salisbury attack in March with the murder of Aleksandr Litvinenko. The paper argues that the...0