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Whoever wins today’s ballots in the US, one element will remain rock-solid: the UK–US security and intelligence partnership.
Although a potential Biden presidency has been explicit about how it wishes to engage with Iran, its choices are far from straightforward.
In tackling the pandemic, the US did not perform as badly as frequently claimed, though community-level resilience should not be confused with adroit federal policy.
Tim Morrison and Rebeccah Heinrichs
France should work with, rather than against, NATO
Washington is offering $10 million for tips that would help authorities prevent possible cyber interference in the November elections. Unusual, but not necessarily unworkable.
The UK should make the most of the transformative capabilities of artificial intelligence by drawing on a number of lessons from the US.
On 5 February, the one-year countdown to extend the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty began.
Emma De Angelis with Kristina Spohr
The Journal’s Editor, Emma De Angelis, interviews Kristina Spohr, author of Post Wall, Post Square: Rebuilding the World After 1989, on how the current era was forged after the Cold War.
Andrew Otchie reviews Can’t Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds, by David Goggins.
A presentation by Michael St Maur Sheil, photojournalist and Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. In his presentation, Michael St Maur Sheil will discuss ‘Fields of Battle - Lands of Peace, 1914...