Hypersonic weapon systems: High expectations

Gabriel Elefteriu and William Freer provide an overview of hypersonic weapons and the capabilities certain countries possess currently

What should be on the new foreign secretary’s agenda?

The Council on Geostrategy asks nine experts what should be on the agenda of David Cameron, the new foreign secretary

How can support for Ukraine be maintained?

The Council on Geostrategy asks eight strategic experts how support for Ukraine can be maintained in the short- and long-term

Telling the truth: How Britain helped the Soviets win

Prof. Andrew Lambert analyses the extent of British aid to the Soviet Union during the Second World War

From Jim O’Neill to Xi Jinping: Whatever happened to BRICS?

Prof. Michael Cox analyses the contesting narratives around the 2023 BRICS summit and lessons that can be drawn from both sides

BRICS: Paper tiger or legitimate challenge?

Jason Beck looks at the challenges presented by BRICS, arguing that although limited, they should not be disregarded

How does BRICS challenge the prevailing international order?

The Council on Geostrategy asks six strategic experts to explain how BRICS challenges the prevailing international order

Inside out: Europe’s accidental empire builders

Roderick Parkes argues that power within the EU may get turned inside-out if Germany does not adapt to the geostrategic context

Bear underwater: Russia’s undersea capabilities

Prof. Mark Galeotti investigates the undersea capabilities of Russia, arguing they will become more important as its land power shrinks

How Soviet is China?

Prof. Michael Cox argues that today’s China is much like the former Soviet Union in many ways despite clear differences