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Following Brexit, the UK will need to adopt a flexible approach in its foreign and security policy.
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen’s decisive electoral victory is a serious rebuff to communist China and President Xi Jinping.
A US-ordered assassination of a key Iranian lynchpin could overturn many Middle East calculations
The suspension of US–South Korean military exercises is a vital step in the broader effort to build confidence on the Korean peninsula.
Juliana Suess and Tobias Borck
The meteoric rise of what used to be a single-issue party has the potential to transform Germany’s politics and international posture just as much as the forthcoming election of a new Chancellor.
Ties between India and Russia may not be strengthening quite so fast as both sides diversify their partners, but history and strategic considerations still bind the two powers.
NATO’s latest data reveals important new trends in patterns of defence spending across the Alliance that have occurred since Russia’s 2014 intervention in Ukraine.
The potential political acceptance of tax rises to fund the NHS is beginning to influence the debate on defence spending. Will this provide the impetus to defeat those political leaders who want to abet the decline in British military power?
The European Common Security and Defence Policy cannot function with a strong European defence industrial base.