Head of Space Policy & Senior Defence Fellow
Gabriel Elefteriu is Head of Space Policy & Senior Defence Fellow. In his previous role at Policy Exchange he was National Security Research Fellow within the “Britain in the World” project. Before joining Policy Exchange in 2014, he was Senior Defence Analyst and Consultant with a defence market intelligence company working with global defence and homeland security industry clients, including A&D primes. His earlier experience includes a number of business and security intelligence roles in the City. Gabriel holds a BA in War Studies (1st class) and an MA in Intelligence and International Security (distinction) from King’s College London, where his main research focus was on space security and strategy. He is also an Associate of King’s College.
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by Gabriel Elefteriu | Jul 9, 2018Read Publication The UK cannot be complacent about the continuing existence of NATO: a world without the alliance would be even more fractious and less secure, while giving up on NATO would be “whimsical, reckless, self-harming and self-defeating”, argues a new Policy...
Beware excessive “declinism” – we’re putting more money into UK defence but American warnings must also be heeded
by Gabriel Elefteriu | Nov 21, 2017The 2017 Budget Statement comes amid higher-than-usual fears that the axe is about to return to defence. This Government will be keen to allay any such fears, particularly given the latest bout of concerns about the decline of British influence, and the sharpening of...
by Gabriel Elefteriu | Feb 5, 2018Read Publication Brexit has transformed the contours of British foreign policy but its full effects will not be known for many years. On the one hand, its opponents warn that it risks undermining the UK national interest by disrupting crucial relationships with its...
by Gabriel Elefteriu | Sep 22, 2017Read Publication View the data set In a new report published today, Foreign Policy in the New Parliament, Policy Exchange stresses the vital role of Parliament in debates about Britain’s place in the world. Against the backdrop of a hung parliament, and with...
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