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8 February 2024 | Policy Papers

The Red Sea: Britain’s uncertain link

By: James Fargher
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The role of space power in geopolitical competition

By: Gabriel Elefteriu
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The hypersonic threat to the United Kingdom

By: William Freer
16 January 2024 | Primers

Why Britain needs a larger navy

By: William Freer, James Rogers
10 January 2024 | Explainers

Taiwan’s 2024 election

By: Elizabeth Lindley
8 January 2024 | Explainers

Taiwan: The facts of history versus Beijing’s myths

By: Gerrit van der Wees

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