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The National Security Capability Review (NSCR) sets out how the government will maximise the collective effect of the UK’s national security capabilities, to support implementation of the 2015 Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR)....

In the report, ‘Global Britain’, the Foreign Affairs Select Committee calls on the Government to set out what the phrase actually means and highlights areas of concern for Government to identify the resources, infrastructure and metrics which can be used to measure foreign policy success....

As a response to the UK Government's failure to secure the re-election of a judge to the International Court of Justice, this report outlines possible reasons for this failure, lessons to be learnt and how the UK might avoid such eventualities in the future....

RUSI Deputy Director-General Malcolm Chalmers looks at the security implications for the UK and Europe post-Brexit....

As part of our‘National Engagement Series’, the BFPG hosted its third university event in Edinburgh in partnership with the University of Edinburgh School of Social and Political Science’s Centre for Security Research and the Asia-Scotland Institute. The event, which took place in McEwan Hall in...

In early December the BFPG held an event a roundtable event, British Foreign Policy After Brexit with former Foreign Secretary, Lord Owen, and former senior UK Government trade expert and banker David Ludlow. The event provided an opportunity to discuss some of the main foreign...