People’s Republic of China

Chinese counterfeit stamps: Economic warfare against the UK?

Elizabeth Lindley investigates the Chinese counterfeit stamp scandal in the UK and its wider ramifications

Chinese politics in 2024: Indications from the ‘Two Sessions’

Charles Parton investigates the political priorities of the CCP for the rest of 2024 in light of this year’s ‘Two Sessions’

China’s grey zone maritime operations near Taiwan intensify

Zack Liao investigates recent Chinese pressure in the maritime spaces around Taiwan and the intentions behind them

How can Australia and the UK work more closely if Donald Trump is elected?

The Council on Geostrategy asks ten experts how the UK and Australia can deepen bilateral cooperation if Trump returns to the US presidency

The case for AUKUS public diplomacy

Euan Graham, John Hemmings and James Rogers argue that AUKUS needs a Public Diplomacy Division akin to NATO’s

Chinese cellular (IoT) modules: Countering the threat

Charles Parton OBE investigates the threat Chinese CIMs pose to the UK as well as other free and open countries

China’s National People’s Congress and the economy: Short change

George Magnus investigates the National People’s Congress of 2024 and what it said about the direction of China’s economy

The CPTPP: Britain’s geopolitical strategy and beyond

Dr Minako Morita-Jaeger analyses some of the key geostrategic considerations for Britain as it becomes a full member of the CPTPP

Where next for South China Sea stabilisation?

The Council on Geostrategy asks nine experts about future prospects of stabilisation in the South China Sea

The Red Sea: The Atlantic-Pacific link

A map depicting the importance of the Red Sea to British interests in the Euro-Atlantic and Indo-Pacific