What bilateral security agreements mean for Ukraine

Dr Alexander Lanoszka analyses what the various bilateral security agreements mean for Ukraine in the short- and long-term

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

Suppressing the Houthis: The potential for British carrier strike

Benedict Baxendale-Smith investigates the prospect of deploying a British aircraft carrier to the Red Sea

Can Britain help address the ‘North Korea problem’?

Dr Edward Howell assesses how the United Kingdom can and should respond to an increasingly belligerent North Korea

How Britain can prepare for a second Trump presidency

Joshua Huminski displays how the United Kingdom can best prepare for the potential return of Donald Trump to the White House

How should we best prepare for multi-front crises?

The Council on Geostrategy asks six experts how Britain should best prepare for multi-front crises in today’s Big Ask

British leadership and supporting Ukraine in 2024

Dr Alexander Lanoszka assesses how Britain can best support Ukraine in 2024, and the leadership position it is beginning to occupy

EU on manoeuvres? Dividends and challenges for REPowerEU

Mustafa Demir and Prof. Amelia Hadfield investigate Europe’s post-Russia energy policy in a two-part series

Why alliances matter

Gabriel Elefteriu explores definitions of alliances and why they matter to the UK, investigating both the costs and benefits

The unintended benefits of preparing for a Trump presidency

Joshua Huminski investigates the beneficial nature of preparing now for a potential return of Donald Trump, whether he wins or not