Strong Britain

Britain’s future is in technology and innovation

Dr Mann Virdee details Britain’s historical prowess in innovation and technology, and how it can be a future pioneer

Britain’s steel industry is at a crossroads

Dr Mann Virdee analyses the implications of the closure of the blast furnaces at Britain’s largest steelworks in Port Talbot

Why Britain needs a larger navy

William Freer and James Rogers analyse the geostrategic rationale behind the UK’s need for a larger navy, and how this can best be achieved

Is Britain losing its scientific edge?

Dr Mann Virdee assesses the state of the science sector in Britain and the best way forward for the 21st century

British prosperity: The importance of the sea

Dr Carl Hunter OBE investigates the role of the maritime domain and those acting within it in ensuring British prosperity

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

AI and international development: Explainability is key

Dr Mann Virdee analyses the complications and opportunities of using artificial intelligence in international development

What matters for the ‘update’ of the Integrated Review?

James Rogers argues that the ‘update’ to the Integrated Review needs to focus on long-term geopolitical objectives

After Ukraine, Britain should help defend Taiwan

David Hutt argues that Britain should be forward in enhancing its relationship with Taiwan and the ability of the island to defend itself

Why Britain should support the European Political Community

James Rogers and Professor Richard G. Whitman argue that Britain should embrace the 'European Political Community' and attempt to shape it