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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

EU on manoeuvres? Managing the geopolitical energy environment

Mustafa Demir and Prof. Amelia Hadfield investigate Europe’s post-Russia energy policy in a two-part series

The Bab-el-Mandeb: Who is ‘swimming naked’?

Julien Lalanne de Saint-Quentin analyses recent tensions in the Strait of Bab-el-Mandeb and their implications

How will geopolitics affect food security over the next 20 years?

The Council on Geostrategy asks seven strategic experts to explain how geopolitics will affect food security over the next 20 years

Does the Atlantic Declaration ‘de-risk’ economically?

The Council on Geostrategy asks five experts how the Atlantic Declaration helps the UK and US ‘de-risk’ their economies

The CPTPP and Britain’s Pacific Rim engagement

George Magnus examines the CPTPP and the economic and political implications of Britain’s accession to the bloc

Unseen but vital: Britain and undersea security

In the first part of a special series on underwater warfare, Prof. Alessio Patalano investigates the importance of subsea infrastructure to British security

What Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss think about key global issues

James Rogers and Patrick Triglavcanin detail the perspective of Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss on key global issues and Britain’s global interests

Critical minerals: Towards a British strategy

William Young and Jack Richardson explain how the United Kingdom can enhance its resilience in relation to critical minerals – particularly rare earths

When climate and trade combine: British policy options

William Young provides options for the United Kingdom to help develop an effective international response to the issue of carbon leakage