Discursive Statecraft

Defending against discursive statecraft depends on trust

Prof. Mark Galeotti argues that successful discursive statecraft and narrative projection depend on trust

Discursive statecraft: Responding to national positioning operations

James Rogers provides options for responding to ‘discursive statecraft’ in the form of national positioning operations

How ‘progressive’ anti-imperialism threatens the United Kingdom

Prof. Nigel Biggar and Prof. Doug Stokes assess the challenge ‘progressive’ anti-imperialism poses to the United Kingdom

How allies ‘position’ the United Kingdom

Dr Philip Shetler-Jones explains how key allies – the United States, Germany and Japan – ‘position’ the United Kingdom as an international actor

How the Chinese Communist Party ‘positions’ the United Kingdom

Matthew Henderson outlines how the Chinese Communist Party ‘positions’ the United Kingdom as an international actor

How Russia ‘positions’ the United Kingdom

Dr Andrew Foxall outlines how Russia’s kleptocratic regime ‘positions’ the United Kingdom as an international actor. How does the Kremlin view the British?

Discursive statecraft: Preparing for national positioning operations

James Rogers explains why the United Kingdom should prepare for ‘discursive statecraft’ and national positioning operations