Author: BFPG Admin

This latest report by The British Council on Anglo-American relations examines why the UK-US have maintained close ties in the 21st Century. The report goes beyond analysing traditional strategic foreign policy partnerships that exist between the UK and US. It explores value of soft power...

The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Drones examines the use of drones (unmanned aerial vehicles) by governments, for domestic and international, military and civilian purposes. The APPG recently published an official report based on its official inquiry from 2016 examining the impact of drones in...

The Foreign Affairs Committee recently released a new publication in the wake of the Western Balkans Summit focusing on what the recent increased interest in the Western Balkans means for the region and whether there is a realistic prospect of the WB56 joining the EU...

As part of the BFPG’s ongoing National Engagement Programme, the BFPG supported the Milton Keynes Chamber of Commerce’s event ‘Planning Ahead of Brexit’. This event examined local business concerns around Brexit and how they should best prepare for an exit from the EU. The event...

On Tuesday 26th June the British Foreign Policy Group (BFPG) hosted an event: "UK-Africa Strategy post-Brexit” in association with British Expertise International and sponsored by Africa Matters Limited....

The Scottish Policy Foundation (SPF) and the Fraser of Allander Institute have released new research on the importance of exports to the Scottish economy. This note summarises Scotland’s current export performance and uses the SPF model to illustrate the benefits and implications of a rise...