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The Fate of the World Literally Lies in the Hands of One of Its Worst Leaders

The Fate of the World Literally Lies in the Hands of One of Its Worst Leaders

Think about it- Turkey has been in the news a lot lately and not for good reasons. Between the refugee crisis of the past year to the attack at Ataturk Airport to the failed coup d’etat of last month, it seems that the Turkish state is reaching a tipping point. Of course, let’s not forget the seemingly endless and destructive […]

by · 18th August 2016 · Blog
The Russian Bear and why our attempt to tame it will get the handler mauled

The Russian Bear and why our attempt to tame it will get the handler mauled

Theodore Grammaticus reminds us of the growing threat of Russia’s Vladimir Putin and what his actions may mean for Europe’s security. The British military has been in seemingly terminal decline for some 25 years, since the end of the Cold War. In terms of size, the British military is a shadow of its former self; there are fewer soldiers, fewer ships, […]

by · 30th April 2015 · Blog
Liam Fox: ‘We should actively consider giving the Ukrainians the military supplies they need to defend their territorial integrity’

Liam Fox: ‘We should actively consider giving the Ukrainians the military supplies they need to defend their territorial integrity’

The Rt. Hon. Dr. Liam Fox MP provides his verdict on the situation in Ukraine. This has been taken from a speech given by Dr. Fox to the UK Defence Academy in Shrivenham on 10th February 2015.  The current crisis in the Ukraine is not a unique situation, but part of a continuum than has been evolving in recent years. […]

The Future for the Transatlantic Partnership

The Future for the Transatlantic Partnership

James Downes from Parliament Street and Chris Hanley from TNS opinion in Brussels explore the state of public opinion across the Atlantic and outline recent developments, alongside implications for the future of the relationship. Recently, a new set of findings was published by the German Marshall Fund on the state of public opinion across the Atlantic. This is timely given the […]

by and · 11th January 2015 · Research