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Beatrice Heuser holds the Chair in International Relations at the University of Glasgow. She has degrees from the Universities of... read more
The UK’s chief opposition party has overhauled its foreign and security policies. But some of the biggest policy choices are yet to be made.
The UK’s parliamentary report into Russia’s operations identifies some key security operational gaps. But it is less specific on immediate remedies, and even sparser on long-term answers.
The recent Polish presidential elections were fuelled with anti-LGBTI+ bigotry. The battle resembled the broader current European fight between liberalism and illiberalism.
The coronavirus pandemic presents significant financial crime challenges; it also presents opportunities for reform that should not be squandered.
As the UK government prepares to use new sanctions powers to target those responsible for gross violations of human rights, it must ensure clear criteria for their use are established from the start.
Both the UK government and industry come in for criticism from the National Audit Office for delays and shortcomings in capability generation.
Jeff Carter reviews Does War Make States? Investigations of Charles Tilly's Historical Sociology, edited by Lars Bo Kaspersen and Jeppe Strandsbjerg
Aniseh Bassiri Tabrizi
Groups of states acting outside formal EU mechanisms may allow the UK to contribute to European foreign policy.
Lukas Milevski reviews Gambling and War: Risk, Reward, and Chance in International Conflict, by Justin Conrad