Research Fellow, Britain in the World
Dominic is a Research Fellow working for the Britain in the World project at Policy Exchange. He joined in 2020 from the former think-tank Open Europe, where he wrote multiple reports on Brexit. He has also been a contributor to broadcast and online media, including BBC News, the Spectator, the New Statesman and Times RedBox. He holds an MA in Politics and Contemporary History from King’s College London, and a BA in History from Durham University.
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by Dominic Walsh | Jul 15, 2020Related Content Realising the opportunities and overcoming the challenges Later this month, the UK and the US will conduct the third round of talks on a new trade agreement. The successful conclusion of a deal with the US will be challenging but would provide a major...
by Dominic Walsh | Dec 17, 2020Related Content Away from the fraught endgame of the Brexit negotiations, there has been positive news in UK trade in the last few weeks. International Trade Secretary Liz Truss added to the growing portfolio of UK trade agreements by securing a deal with Mexico on 15...
by Dominic Walsh | Dec 4, 2020Related Content Policy Exchange’s Indo-Pacific Commission published its interim report on 22 November, arguing that the Indo-Pacific is the most important region for expanding UK trade after Brexit. This comes shortly after the recent agreement between fifteen...
by Dominic Walsh | May 25, 2020Related Content The Government this week published a Command Paper, setting out its approach to implementing the Northern Ireland Protocol in the UK-EU Withdrawal Agreement. The Protocol gives Northern Ireland a special economic status – within the UK’s customs...
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RT @ed_birkett 📖Energy Security Gets Local My new article for The Geopolitics of Climate Change, the first edition of the new @Policy_Exchange journal, Environmental Affairs. I argue that move to 'electrifying everything' makes energy security increasingly local & regional rather than global twitter.com/Policy_E…
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