The UK’s International Development White Paper: Fit for today?

The Council on Geostrategy asks seven experts if the latest International Development White Paper is fit for today

AI and national security: What are the challenges?

Dr Mann Virdee provides an overview of the risks posed by artificial intelligence in the national security domain

How Britain can become a Net Zero superpower

Dr Mann Virdee analyses the importance of Britain becoming a Net Zero leader, and how this effort is being held back

Can China’s climate policy be influenced?

The Council on Geostrategy asks seven strategic experts whether China’s climate policy can be influenced

Net Zero debate is healthy, but only if held in good faith

Jack Richardson analyses the United Kingdom’s Net Zero debate and reveals the limitations both sides suffer from

How can Britain be more strategic in relation to its energy security?

The Council on Geostrategy asks five strategic experts how Britain can be more strategic in relation to its energy security

Britain should build new routes for climate diplomacy

Jack Richardson argues that Britain should branch out from the UNFCCC and provide new avenues for progress on climate change

Climate change: A better British offer to the developing world

Jack Richardson argues that climate change should be central to Britain’s engagement with less developed countries

Britain’s move to become a northern European energy hub

Jack Richardson argues that the United Kingdom should expand its capacity to act as a transit country for northern European gas supplies

Energy transition: How NATO can get it right

Dominik Jankowski and Julian Wieczorkiewicz assess how NATO militaries can successfully transition to using sustainable fuel sources