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Britain Returns to Asia, to China’s Dismay
July 30, 2021

Britain Returns to Asia, to China’s Dismay

By Bonnie Girard
The U.K.’s naval presence in East Asia has provoked an angry response from China.

Britain to Keep 2 Warships Permanently in East Asia
July 21, 2021

Britain to Keep 2 Warships Permanently in East Asia

By Steven Stashwick
The announcement comes as a U.K. strike group heads to region.
Artificial Intelligence in a Natural Partnership: India and the UK
May 12, 2021

Artificial Intelligence in a Natural Partnership: India and the UK

By Ruchi Ghanshyam and Uday Nagaraju
Both countries have much to gain concretely from AI collaboration.

UK Deploys Aircraft Carrier in the Indian Ocean
April 30, 2021

UK Deploys Aircraft Carrier in the Indian Ocean

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The upcoming “global deployment” is intended to reinforce the U.K.’s tilt toward the Indo-Pacific region.

Rethinking Britain’s Central Asia Strategy
March 15, 2021

Rethinking Britain’s Central Asia Strategy

By Jade McGlynn
The U.K. needs to think more ambitiously – and more coherently – about its own capabilities and objectives in Central Asia.

The UK to Head East of Suez: Power Projection or Search for Trade?
March 05, 2021

The UK to Head East of Suez: Power Projection or Search for Trade?

By James Maclaren
As the HMS Queen Elizabeth and its entourage departs Portsmouth later this year, it will take with it a number of burdens and challenges.

Amid Pandemic, UK-Vietnam Cooperation Continues to Deepen
April 30, 2020

Amid Pandemic, UK-Vietnam Cooperation Continues to Deepen

By Thoi Nguyen
A closer look at recent developments between the two countries, both before and during the coronavirus pandemic.
After Brexit: Global Britain Plots Course to Return to the Far East
January 17, 2019

After Brexit: Global Britain Plots Course to Return to the Far East

By Carl Thayer
A post-Brexit Britain will double down on the Asia-Pacific.

Naval Cooperation Highlights Japan-UK 'Global Security Partnership'
August 07, 2018

Naval Cooperation Highlights Japan-UK 'Global Security Partnership'

By Daniel Hurst
A British warship is helping conduct surveillance designed to enforce UN sanctions on North Korea.

More Than Leadership, the Commonwealth Needs a Purpose
May 03, 2018

More Than Leadership, the Commonwealth Needs a Purpose

By Udayan Das
Renewed interest in India and the UK might provide new impetus to the 53-member group.

US, UK, and Japan Navies Sign First-Ever Trilateral Cooperation Agreement
November 01, 2016

US, UK, and Japan Navies Sign First-Ever Trilateral Cooperation Agreement

By Steven Stashwick
Agreement paves way for greater cooperation to achieve "mutually desired strategic effects."
Narendra Modi's UK Visit: Major Takeaways
November 14, 2015

Narendra Modi's UK Visit: Major Takeaways

By Ankit Panda
The Indian prime minister's UK visit resulted in a range of agreements with David Cameron's government.

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