Environment

Port Talbot blast furnace closure: What are the implications?

The Council on Geostrategy asks seven experts what the implications of the closure of Port Talbot’s blast furnaces are

Oceans under pressure: China’s challenge to the maritime order

Peter Dutton analyses the key tenants of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, and how China undermines them

The energy transition is an historic opportunity, not a burden

John Caudwell argues the case for Net Zero, and where the United Kingdom needs to step up

What is the biggest challenge facing the UK in 2024?

The Council on Geostrategy asks twelve experts what the biggest challenge facing the UK will be in 2024 for the new year’s first Big Ask

Is COP up to the task?

The Council on Geostrategy asks five experts whether COP is up to the task of addressing climate change

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