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As the two candidates enter the final stage of the race to become the next PM, what might the UK’s foreign policy under their leadership look like? For a contest between a current and a former Foreign Secretary,...0
BFPG Associate Sam Goodman takes a look at the 2018-19 Foreign Office Accounts and provides a useful summary of budget and staff data...0
Recent polling carried out by BMG Research on behalf of the BFPG suggests that women in the UK feel notably less engaged on foreign policy than men, one of the more striking divides on foreign policy in Britain...0
A new report from the British Foreign Policy Group Associate Sam Goodman lays out the trajectory and impact of cuts to the FCO budget back to 1973, arguing that the FCO is a shadow of its former self, and emphasises...0
Current news cycles have been dominated by growing tensions between American and Iranian forces. The foundations of this tension lie with Trump’s decision to withdraw the US from the Iran nuclear deal last year and...0
❗️📢 JOB OPPORTUNITY 📢❗️ The BFPG is looking for a National Engagement Coordinator to join our growing team. They will coordinate our range of national events and stakeholders. For more info and how to apply, see here: w4mpjobs.org/JobDetails.asp…7 hours ago