In article 16 of our “The CSDP: National Perspectives” series, Simon J. Smith looks at the United Kingdom.
In this article, James Rogers looks at the British-Bahraini deal for the establishment of a Royal Navy operating base in the Gulf, asking why academics have not done more to think about the growing European focus in the Indo-Pacific.
In article 1 in our “The CSDP: National Perspectives” series, Tom Dyson looks at the position of the United Kingdom.
Ben Jones looks at the forthcoming British Strategic Defence and Security Review and outlines the strategic landscape in advance of the UK general election in 2015.
Tim Oliver looks at the growing British population and economy, which could become the largest state in Europe by 2050. How will this affect the future of European integration?
Hans Kundnani and Michito Tsuruoka discuss the attempts of some Europeans to proclaim ‘neutrality’ in Asian affairs, ultimately arguing that the notion is impossible – as well as undesirable.
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.
In this article, James Rogers and Luis Simón argue that the Baltic states – as the West’s frontier – must be vigorously supported by the Atlantic Alliance, particularly in the face of Russian aggression and revisionism in Ukraine.
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.
In this article, Jolyon Howorth argues that military intervention to stabilise Iraq after the rise of the Islamic Sate of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) carries great risk.