Post Tagged with: "British foreign policy"

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Will Brexit Happen?

The potential for Brexit is assessed through the premise that only a second referendum can negate the legitimacy of the first.

Argentina’s Perseverance and Stability in the South Atlantic

Argentina’s Perseverance and Stability in the South Atlantic

A dominant Argentina may unhinge the Antarctic Treaty. Britain must put forward a diplomatic offensive in the region and at the UN.

Interview – Ciarán Devane

Interview – Ciarán Devane

Ciarán Devane discusses the British Council’s ‘cultural diplomacy,’ academic conceptions of soft power, and the role of culture can play in international development.

Interview – Patrick Salmon

Interview – Patrick Salmon

Patrick Salmon reflects on the value of history to policy-making, answers questions about the roles of state historians, and talks about what IR could learn from history.

Review – Buraimi: The Struggle for Power, Influence and Oil in Arabia

Review – Buraimi: The Struggle for Power, Influence and Oil in Arabia

Morton provides insight into the disputes of the South Eastern Arabian Peninsula, yet fails to provide an adequate understanding of US policy in the region.

To What Extent is Britain Post-Colonial?

To What Extent is Britain Post-Colonial?

The British majority is anti-colonial rather than post-colonial, while the elites remain dangerously wedded to colonial era values and appear to believe that with this outlook Britain can be made great again.

Contesting Sovereignty Over Pacific Islands During WWII

Contesting Sovereignty Over Pacific Islands During WWII

During World War II, the Pacific Islands were an area of great power rivalry between the otherwise allied Britain and the United States The catalyst for this rivalry was the expansion of civil and military aviation.

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