Papers

Chinese politics in 2024: Indications from the ‘Two Sessions’

Charles Parton investigates the political priorities of the CCP for the rest of 2024 in light of this year’s ‘Two Sessions’

AI power and British strategy

Robert Bassett Cross, Harry Halem and Gabriel Elefteriu present how Britain can best harness the potential of artificial intelligence

Chinese cellular (IoT) modules: Countering the threat

Charles Parton OBE investigates the threat Chinese CIMs pose to the UK as well as other free and open countries

China’s National People’s Congress and the economy: Short change

George Magnus investigates the National People’s Congress of 2024 and what it said about the direction of China’s economy

Britain’s future is in technology and innovation

Dr Mann Virdee details Britain’s historical prowess in innovation and technology, and how it can be a future pioneer

The Red Sea: The Atlantic-Pacific link

A map depicting the importance of the Red Sea to British interests in the Euro-Atlantic and Indo-Pacific

The Red Sea: Britain’s uncertain link

James Fargher analyses Britain’s contemporary interests in the Red Sea, before arguing for a more permanent naval presence in the region

The role of space power in geopolitical competition

Gabriel Elefteriu FRAeS explores the role of space power in geopolitical competition in the 21st century

The hypersonic threat to the United Kingdom

William Freer analyses the hypersonic capabilities of Russia and China and whether they pose a threat to the United Kingdom

Why Britain needs a larger navy

William Freer and James Rogers analyse the geostrategic rationale behind the UK’s need for a larger navy, and how this can best be achieved