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 | Mar 28, 2017Read Publication Policy Exchange’s Britain in the World project publishes a paper by John Bew and Gabriel Elefteriu examining the future of NATO. Professor John Bew, Head of Policy Exchange’s Britain in the World Project said: “We need NATO now more than ever, but the...
by Gabriel Elefteriu | Aug 20, 2017Even if war is averted, the aftermath of the current crisis will likely see America devote much more attention and resources to northeast Asia on a permanent basis, or risk the erosion of its strategic position in the region. In any scenario, global stability and...
by Gabriel Elefteriu | Jul 19, 2016Read Publication The Policy Exchange Britain in the World Project’s latest report warns that Brexit cannot be allowed to become the latest instalment of a narrative of decline in Britain’s influence on the world stage that has been building up in recent years....
US House of Representatives reaffirms bipartisan commitment to NATO’s Article 5: Could the UK Parliament follow suit?
by Gabriel Elefteriu | Jul 9, 2017The boring reality of international diplomacy is that much of the heavy lifting takes away from high-level summits, podiums and presidential addresses in front of carefully assembled audiences in foreign lands. Of course, the amateur body language analysts were out in...
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