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This paper outlines the UK’s objectives for an ambitious science and innovation agreement with the EU. It sets out examples of where the UK sees potential mutual benefit in a close working relationship, exploring precedents for each. The paper invites discussion with the EU on...

This report offers a number of starting principles for what the UK's strategy in Asia should look like. It explores how engaging more in Asia opens the doors to new opportunities but also examines the possible dilemmas that the UK is likely to face as...

In this report, John Baron MP analyses changing global circumstances and this country’s strengths and weaknesses against the international picture. He welcomes the new government’s determination to return to a foreign policy serving Britain’s interests, which also tends to benefit other countries internationally. He ends with a series...

The leading edge of research and technology innovation is tied to international collaborative research. It is therefore essential that UK science policy enables continuing participation in this network at the highest level, with a targeted and cost-effective management structure....

This report examines international views of the UK and the impact the recent European Union referendum has had on them. It highlights both strengths and weaknesses in the UK’s ‘image’ and points to opportunities – and risks – that the country should address as it moves towards a future outside the EU....

What’s the first thing you do when you wake up? In my case – and assuming the kids are enjoying a rare bout of combined slumber – I check my smartphone and scroll through Twitter. A bad habit, but an addictive one. And just one...

UK Universities are a national asset. Why? It remains one of the world leading study destinations for international students and offers a first class experience. The students seem to think so too. To see what they think, read more in this report....