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Patrick Triglavcanin

Patrick Triglavcanin is a Senior Research Assistant and Deputy Editor of Britain’s World at the Council on Geostrategy. He holds a BA in Sociolegal Studies from the University of Western Australia and a Postgraduate Diploma in International Relations and National Security (first class) from Curtin University.

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How can Britain protect itself from electoral interference and disinformation?

The Council on Geostrategy asks five experts how Britain can protect itself from electoral interference and disinformation

Is a form of national service good for the national enterprise?

The Council on Geostrategy asks six experts whether national service is good for the British national enterprise

What should a ‘progressive realist’ foreign and defence policy look like?

The Council on Geostrategy asks five experts how a British foreign and defence policy grounded in ’progressive realism’ should look

How should the Royal Navy look and operate in the 2040s?

The Council on Geostrategy asks 11 experts how the Royal Navy should look and operate in the 2040s

How can British education be made more resilient to foreign interference?

The Council on Geostrategy asks eight experts how British education can be made more resilient to foreign interference

How could the UK augment its nuclear forces?

The Council on Geostrategy asks 11 experts how the UK could augment its nuclear forces

How can Australia and the UK work more closely if Donald Trump is elected?

The Council on Geostrategy asks ten experts how the UK and Australia can deepen bilateral cooperation if Trump returns to the US presidency

How much should Britain be investing in defence

The Council on Geostrategy asks nine experts how much Britain should be spending on defence

To what extent is Germany implementing Zeitenwende?

The Council on Geostrategy asks six experts to what extend Germany is implementing Zeitenwende in today’s Big Ask

Is it time to rethink European security?

The Council on Geostrategy asks eight experts how they think European security should be reconsidered in light of Russian aggression