U.K. in the Indo-Pacific
September 08, 2022
Japan, UK to Push Forward With Joint New Air-to-Air Missile Co-development
By Kosuke Takahashi
The new Truss government in London is likely to upgrade the current partnership to quasi-alliance status.
November 24, 2021
The Indo-Pacific Exposes the Regionalisms of ‘Global’ Britain
By Oliver Turner and Luke Stephens
While Global Britain is touted as an opportunity to “shape the world of the future,” it is heavily reliant on ties to the past.
October 22, 2021
The Geopolitics Behind the New Zealand-UK Free Trade Agreement
By Geoffrey Miller
New Zealand’s free trade deal with the U.K. might be about “building back better” – but it could end up being more about Beijing.
June 15, 2021
Australia, UK Reach Free Trade Deal
By Rod McGuirk and Danica Kirka
Australia is the latest Indo-Pacific country to reach a trade deal with post-Brexit Britain.
March 09, 2021
A New Era for UK-Japan Relations?
By Niall M. Gray
British leaders appear to view an upgraded relationship with Tokyo as an essential part of the U.K.’s new Asia-Pacific strategy.
January 08, 2021
‘Global Britain’: The UK in the Indo-Pacific
By Anisa Heritage and Pak K. Lee
While its involvement is broadly welcomed in the region, the U.K. must first clarify what its Indo-Pacific presence will entail.
December 11, 2020
UK Signs Post-Brexit Free Trade Deal With Singapore
By Associated Press
The U.K. sealed its second-biggest trade pact in the Asia-Pacific as its exit from EU trading structures looms.
November 07, 2020
Can the UK Achieve Its Naval Ambitions in the Indo-Pacific?
By Ian Storey
The Royal Navy is sending its aircraft carrier to the Pacific. What comes next will be far more telling.
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