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On Monday the Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt gave a speech at the Mansion House in London on the UK after Brexit. The speech was noted in particular for straying beyond the traditional limits of foreign policy into...0
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
The Counter-Terrorism and Border Security Act 2019, which received Royal Assent in February, awards the Home Secretary with new powers, and aims to amend 'certain terrorism offences for the digital age and reflects contemporary patterns of radicalisation' buff.ly/2JrpKol21 hours ago