Geopolitics Programme

How Australia ‘positions’ the United Kingdom

Patrick Triglavcanin investigates the contemporary Australia-UK relationship and its historical foundations

The ‘People’s War on Terror’ in Xinjiang: A model for China?

Dr Hannah Theaker investigates the roots and future of repression in Xinjiang conducted by the Chinese Communist Party

De-dollarisation would upend the global economy

George Magnus argues that the US dollar will remain the world’s dominant currency for the foreseeable future

Negotiating with Chinese – some practical considerations

Charles Parton OBE gives advice for undertaking negotiations with representatives of the Chinese Communist Party

The People’s Republic of China: Political perceptions in Central Europe

This Study edited by Patrick Triglavcanin explores public and parliamentary perceptions of China across nine Central European countries

Europe’s new ‘Moonshot’ space plan: How should Britain respond?

Gabriel Elefteriu FRAeS breaks down Europe’s ‘Revolution Space’ report, identifying areas for improvement and interest to the UK

China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Ten years on

Pippa Ebel looks at the future of China’s Belt and Road Initiative through analysing the challenges it faces and how Beijing may adapt to them

After the ‘Two Sessions’: China in 2023 and beyond

Charles Parton OBE explains the implications of the Chinese Communist Party’s ‘Two Sessions’ for Chinese economic and foreign relations

The Chinese economy after the ‘Two Sessions’

George Magnus investigates what the Chinese Communist Party’s ‘Two Sessions’ of 2023 reveal about the direction of the Chinese economy

The ‘10 Be Clears’: Clarifying relations with China

Charles Parton OBE lays out ten suggestions for dealing with the threat posed by China under the CCP in a mini-strategy