International Order

America and Europe: The challenges beyond Trump

Joshua Huminski analyses the challenges Europe will face in its dealings with America regardless of if Trump returns to power

China’s PLAN: Maritime dominion beyond the South China Sea

Emma Salisbury investigates the PRC’s naval build up and modernisation and its implications for the geopolitics of the South China Sea

How should the Royal Navy look and operate in the 2040s?

The Council on Geostrategy asks 11 experts how the Royal Navy should look and operate in the 2040s

A more lethal Royal Navy: Sharpening Britain’s naval power

William Freer and Emma Salisbury investigate how Britain can sharpen its naval power for increased geopolitical competition

Russia’s war against Ukraine and threat to Euro-Atlantic security

David Batashvili argues that the Russian threat to the Euro-Atlantic extends well beyond Ukraine

Emerging disruptive technologies: Dilemmas of deterrence

Prof. James Henry Bergeron analyses the impact emerging disruptive technologies will have on deterrence doctrine, particularly within NATO

Lessons from the 1930s: Rearm according to the threat, not the fiscal rules

Paul Mason investigates what Britain can learn today from its defence policy and spending in the 1930s

The trilateral initiative: How Britain, Poland and Ukraine can shape a post-war Europe

This Report makes the case for immediate renewed trilateral cooperation between the UK, Poland and Ukraine to reinforce European security.

Why space matters to the United Kingdom

Gabriel Elefteriu outlines the importance of space for the United Kingdom and the future of geopolitics

Is Macron’s sovereign Europe beginning to take shape?

Hugo Blewett-Mundy argues that the new geopolitical landscape leaves the door open for France to help forge a more powerful EU in the world