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 | Feb 23, 2017Read Article This article was also featured in The Telegraph. It has become fashionable in some quarters to see President Trump’s election as somehow constituting a terminal blow to the Western-led liberal international order. The problem with this is that it...
by Gabriel Elefteriu | Dec 19, 2016On 7 December, the UK Government published, without great fanfare, its first Annual Report on the 2015 National Security Strategy and Strategic Defence & Security Review (SDSR). A summary of the Report was provided a week later, on 15 December, by Britain’s Acting...
Walter Russell Mead, leading American strategist, speaks at Policy Exchange immediately after the US election
by Gabriel Elefteriu | Nov 13, 2016On November 10th, the very next day after the US election result, the Britain in the World project hosted Professor Walter Russell Mead, one of America’s leading strategic thinkers, for a briefing on US foreign policy under President Trump. Professor Mead is a...
by Gabriel Elefteriu | Oct 1, 2016On 21-22 September, the German Vice-Chancellor and SPD Economy Minister, Sigmar Gabriel, paid a two-day visit to Moscow to hold trade talks with President Putin and senior Russian business leaders. Russia is still subject to German-backed EU economic sanctions, so the...
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