In this ‘Standpoint’, James Rogers and Luis Simón analyse the potential consequences of the United Kingdom’s referendum to leave the European Union, arguing that the consequences might not be so dramatic as often alleged, particularly if carefully-considered political and strategic thinking is adopted in London and Brussels.
In this Long Post, James Rogers asks whether pro-Europeans in the United Kingdom are able to review and update their narrative, enabling them to effectively challenge the Eurosceptics’ hegemony.
With the release of the United Kingdom’s 2015 Strategic Defence and Security Review, Daniel Fiott and James Rogers discuss what the Review means for British power and the UK’s partners.
In this article, James Rogers appraises the influence the Anglo-Scottish Act of Union in 1707 had for the development of modern Western civilisation, in light of Scotland’s referendum today on separation from the rest of the United Kingdom.
European Geostrategy’s five Senior Editors come together to appraise the geopolitical projections they made at the start of the year, focusing on the global and regional dimensions of European security.
In this ‘Standpoint’, James Rogers and Luis Simon appraise the significance of the United Kingdom in relation to the European Union, particularly in light of the debate surrounding the appointment of the President of the European Commission.
James Rogers outlines the geopolitical forces behind the Atlantic Alliance, namely deep and long-term cooperation between the United Kingdom and United States.
In this book review, James Rogers looks at Julian Lindley-French’s latest book ‘Little Britain’, revealing how the title is playful in relation to the content.
In this ‘Standpoint’, James Rogers and Luis Simón evaluate the supposed rise of Germany as the most powerful European country.
In this ‘Standpoint’, James Rogers and Luis Simon zoom out and look at the broader implications of the Ukraine crisis for European geostrategy, both regionally and globally.