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Section: CapX (The United Kingdom)

      Will the Special Relationship survive?

      On the face of it, Donald Trump’s astonishing victory should be good news for Britain, post-Brexit. The UK will no longer be “at the end of the queue” for trade deals with the US, as President Obama warned, since all the other deals in that queue will now be dropped, especially the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership which the...

      Does Britain really want to be a bit player on the world stage?

      The UK has long maintained an active role in world politics. Particularly following the post-war Western order, through its permanent membership of the UN Security Council, its membership to NATO, G20, and the G7, it achieved a strong global presence. Recently, however, economic outcomes and political decisions have gradually rendered the British...

      Containing a rational Russia

      The question of how to handle Russia is a pressing one. In inverse proportion to the weakness of its economy, demographics and armed forces, Russia seems determined to ratchet up its confrontation with the West and break the international system for good. Now, for good measure, explicit threats of nuclear war are being made. Dealing with this...

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