Author: Matt Gillow

British Foreign Policy Group Director, Sophia Gaston, spoke to the Herald Sun in Australia about media freedoms - and the ways liberal democracies can and should define themselves against autocratic states. ...

In POLITICO, British Foreign Policy Group Director, Sophia Gaston, discusses what makes Trump tick, his views on the world order, and how the relationship between Prime Minister Boris Johnson and President Trump might play out....

Director of the British Foreign Policy Group, Sophia Gaston, reviews the Sunday papers with Austin Williams. Sophia discussed moving goalposts, the Conservative Party’s reputation for economic competency and the Yellowhammer ‘No-Deal’ leaks....

Director of the British Foreign Policy Group, Sophia Gaston, wrote for the Atlantic on Theresa May’s ‘Global Britain’ slogan. The mantra of internationalism - in theory if not in practice - is one of the key legacies of May’s government that will be going nowhere...

Sophia Gaston, Director of the British Foreign Policy Group, wrote for the American Interest on the strain that increasingly adversarial politics puts on the stability of our institutions, and argues for the need to protect those that have served us so well....

Sky News - The View - our Director, Sophia Gaston, joined Adam Boulton and Asa Bennett to discuss the legacy of John Bercow, Speaker of the House of Commons, and ex-Prime Minister Theresa May’s resignation honours list....

Big Tent Ideas Festival - Sport & Diplomacy (Mihir Bose, Author; Dr Sarah Zipp, University of Sterling; Stuart Meaker, Surrey and England Cricketer) Our second panel at the Big Tent Ideas Festival explored the role that sport and sports players can play in UK diplomacy and...

18th November Foreign interference in elections: we’ve heard the uproar, read the investigations, and fretted about it at the polling booth. But what lessons have we learned since 2016, and just how worried should we really be? The British Foreign Policy Group presents a lively and provocative...

27th November Britain stands at a crucial juncture in its foreign policy. Three-and-a-half years on from the seismic 2016 referendum on our membership of the European Union, we are still yet to see any kind of cohesive government strategy about our role in the world. Meanwhile,...