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The Indo-Pacific Could Be Within Europe’s Reach 

The Indo-Pacific Could Be Within Europe’s Reach 

By Francis Shin
The U.K.-led Joint Expeditionary Force could potentially provide a framework to grow Europe’s security presence in the Indo-Pacific. 

UK Foreign Minister’s China Speech Lacks Details on Rights

UK Foreign Minister’s China Speech Lacks Details on Rights

By Maya Wang
It is unclear whether the U.K. government is willing to translate its words about human rights into action and hold Chinese officials responsible for serious human rights violations. 
Liz Truss: The UK’s New Prime Minister and the Indo-Pacific

Liz Truss: The UK’s New Prime Minister and the Indo-Pacific

By James Jennion
Bold promises made during her election campaign, combined with serious domestic challenges, may hamper Truss’ ability to build the U.K.’s footprint in the region.

The Indo-Pacific Exposes the Regionalisms of ‘Global’ Britain

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.

Britain Returns to Asia, to China’s Dismay

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

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

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

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

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?

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

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

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.

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