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Foreign Policy & Security Publications
8 ideas for revitalising UK foreign policy for the post-Brexit age
How a lack of understanding of national power generation threatens our way of life
The balance of power in the Asia-Pacific region is changing. How should the UK respond?
The UK should develop an Indo-Pacific strategy based on shaping security in the region, with a forward presence centred on a flexible, scalable, sustainable force.
The UK’s legal position in relation to the backstop.
Policy Exchange Research Note on Defining Islamophobia
A “Global Britain” engaged in a long-term international competition needs to play a much more efficient and finely tuned strategic game.
It is the EU’s Brexit position which most threatens the terms of the Good Friday Agreement.
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 Exchange paper, Remaking the Case for NATO: Collective Security and the British National Interest ahead of this week’s crucial summit in Brussels.
The Irish border is not the insoluble obstacle to Brexit negotiations that it has been made out to be and the UK can leave the single market and customs union while preserving a frictionless border in Ireland. This can be achieved by the use of new technology and in the context of a Free Trade Agreement between the UK and EU, in an arrangement that goes beyond the Customs Partnership and in no way threatens the Good Friday Agreement.