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

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

DPP victory: A rejection of China’s threats and intimidations 

Gerrit van der Wees investigates the implications of a DPP victory in Taiwan for Taiwan, Britain, and Taiwan’s other key partners

Taiwan’s 2024 election

Elizabeth Lindley looks at what the main parties competing in the Taiwanese elections seek to achieve and the likely implications of the vote

What is the biggest challenge facing the UK in 2024?

The Council on Geostrategy asks twelve experts what the biggest challenge facing the UK will be in 2024 for the new year’s first Big Ask

Taiwan: The facts of history versus Beijing’s myths

Gerrit van der Wees demystifies Taiwan’s complex history and debunks Beijing’s incessant propaganda points and myths

Chinese encroachments towards Taiwan (August 2022-2023)

A map depicting Beijing’s grey zone military maneuvers towards Taiwan from August 2022

Slicing away at the status quo: Beijing’s cross-strait strategy

Gray Sergeant analyses how Beijing’s strategy across the Taiwan Strait has evolved since the summer of 2022

Expanding Taiwan’s international participation

Gray Sergeant investigates the barriers to greater international representation for Taiwan and possible ways around them

Britain continues to prioritise the Indo-Pacific

Gray Sergeant analyses the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee report on Britain’s Indo-Pacific engagement