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Good or bad, the so-called golden age of UK–China relations should be seen for what it was: a geopolitical wager.
The UK government’s attempt to shield its troops from vexatious litigation is laudable. The methods proposed are less so.
Militaries can generate more than just hard power as the British and Pakistani armed forces demonstrate.
Western governments cannot afford to ignore the events in Belarus. But they must tread carefully in their reactions.
Andrew E Yaw Tchie
A parliamentary report documents the lack of strategic foresight in the UK’s approach to Africa.
Pakistan’s government has been in power for two years and, notwithstanding obstacles, has had several major foreign policy achievements on which the UK could capitalise.
Shashi Jayakumar and Raffaello Pantucci
The UK is currently going through a process of re-evaluating and rethinking some of its key approaches to managing terrorism offenders. Looking at Singapore’s model would be a good start for policymakers.
Matt Freear and Andrew Glazzard
Effective approaches to preventing and countering violent extremism should emphasise the agency of those at risk.
William F Owen
The British Army must re-examine its use of heavy armour.
General Sir Nicholas Carter, Chief of the General Staff, elaborates on some of the increasingly real threats that pose a risk to the UK’s way of life. He considers the implications of the evolving...
Following the huge loss of life at the Somme, from January 1917 onwards the British Army drafted into its Labour Corps hundreds of thousands of men from across the UK, China, India, South Africa,...