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John Bew — Head of Policy Exchange’s Britain in the World project — argues that as the world changes around us, Britain needs a serious debate about what constitutes its national interest that goes beyond the Brexit negotiations
John Bew — Head of Policy Exchange’s Britain in the World project — reflects on Jeremy Corbyn’s recent Chatham House speech, and how the Labour leader is not part of the ‘noble tradition of liberal internationalism [that] has pumped blood to the heart of the Labour Party since its foundation and is an essential part of the Labour story’.
Lord Bew of Donegore, of the British-Irish Parliamentary Assembly and one of the leading historians of Ireland, takes on the fashionable notion on both sides of the Border – especially in the Republic – that Brexit is an historic crime perpetrated by a nationalistic British electorate that has set in train an inevitable drift towards Irish unity.
Policy Exchange’s paper ‘The UK and the Western alliance: NATO in the new era of realpolitik’ has been included in a reading list by the European Parliament Research Service
Writing for CapX, Professor John Bew, Head of Policy Exchange’s Britain in the World Project, concludes that Britain was right to bet on America
This event was held at Policy Exchange on Tuesday 6th September 2016 and featured Shiraz Maher, leading expert on Islamist extremism and Tom Holland, acclaimed historian and author. With an introduction by Lord Evans of Weardale KCB, former Director General of MI5
Policy Exchange hosted Dr Geoff Raby, one of the most pre-eminent trade negotiators in the world, a former Australian Ambassador to China and to the World Trade Organisation; Hon Alexander Downer, Australian High Commissioner to the UK; and Sir Lockwood Smith, High Commissioner of New Zealand to UK
Policy Exchange launched “Britain in the World”, examining the long-term future of British national security policy. The project will be launched by the Secretary of State for Defence, Rt Hon Michael Fallon MP.