Dr Remi Adekoya teaches Politics at the University of Sheffield. A writer and political scientist interested in identity and African development, he has written for the Guardian, Spectator, Foreign Policy, Foreign Affairs, Washington Post and Politico among others. He is a regular columnist for Business Day, a Nigerian daily. Adekoya is the author of the upcoming book Biracial Britain: A Different Way of Looking at Race (Little, Brown 2021), which explores race and identity from a mixed-race perspective.
RT @GElefteriu "The time is ripe for Britain to shift the weight of its strategic policy towards the Indo-Pacific as it reviews its role in the world. " 👉 Read more in the latest report from @Policy_Exchange: bit.ly/3l8GtLz #IntegratedReview #GlobalBritain #Strategy #IndoPacific pic.twitter.com/Q9j5…
RT @Robert_WH_Ede ICYMI The partnership between @IPPR and @Policy_Exchange on social care funding was highlighted by @lord_forsyth in the Sunday Telegraph. The consensus for a solution is there: the Government now needs to deliver on its manifesto promise. telegraph.co.uk/poli… pic.twitter.com/JrHZ…
RT @ClaireCoutinho It’s been a privilege to work with @Policy_Exchange on this and to see @AbeShinzo endorse our work today. 🇯🇵 🇬🇧 🇨🇦 🇦🇺 🇮🇳 🇸🇬 🇺🇸 Britain has a major role to play as the Indo-Pacific enters a new era thetimes.co.uk/artic…
WATCH: Head of the Britain in the World Project at Policy Exchange, Stephen Booth, was on the Week in Westminster to discuss the UK-EU trade talks. youtu.be/Rh-fce4JAD8