Another Way to Look at AUKUS: Keeping the US Engaged in the Indo-Pacific
By Grant Wyeth
Beyond responding to the China threat, AUKUS is also a tool to maintain U.S. Indo-Pacific engagement through whatever domestic storms are to come in Washington.
Senior British Politician Comes Out in Support of Australia in Its Tussle With China
By Abhijnan Rej
The U.K. desperately wants to join the Indo-Pacific game. But will its material circumstances allow it?
UK-China Relations: From Gold to Dust
By Thomas des Garets Geddes
The rapid recent souring of British perceptions of China has as much to do with domestic factors as American pressure.
Risk Mitigation and Huawei: The UK Makes a Choice
By Ankit Panda
Huawei gets its day in the UK.
Why the UK Shouldn’t Follow Washington on China
By Tim Summers
A divergence between the China policies of the two traditional trans-Atlantic allies is not new.
The Trials and Tribulations of Britain's Chinese Community
By Daniel Alan Bey
Is Britain’s Chinese community finding its voice, or was it already there?
Why UK-ASEAN Trade Ties Are Thriving
By Rona Fairhead
ASEAN matters to Britain and is a key component in the UK’s drive to increase trade with countries around the world.
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.
For Balance, Australia Aims to Draw the UK Back into the Pacific
By Grant Wyeth
The United Kingdom has an extensive Pacific legacy, but there’s room and demand for increased engagement and aid.
The Ablyazov Affair: ‘Fraud on an Epic Scale’
By Stephen M. Bland
New rounds of litigation add to the opaque case of fugitive ex-Kazakh minister Mukhtar Ablyazov.
UK, Japan Push Ahead With Joint Air-to-Air Missile Project
By Franz-Stefan Gady
The project which has been continuing since 2014 is moving to a prototype stage next year.
Will Brexit Affect Regionalism in Southeast Asia?
By Laura Allison-Reumann and Philomena Murray
ASEAN should reflect seriously on Brexit, and the UK will need to reconnect alone with Southeast Asia.