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From London to Yiwu in 17 Days: OBOR's British Connection
April 12, 2017

From London to Yiwu in 17 Days: OBOR's British Connection

By Catherine Putz
After the westbound train's arrival in January, British officials heralded the launch of the eastbound train this week.
Japan and UK to Collaborate on Advanced Stealth Fighter Jet
March 28, 2017

Japan and UK to Collaborate on Advanced Stealth Fighter Jet

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Japan and the United Kingdom have agreed to explore options to jointly develop a new fighter aircraft.

Australia and the Crown
December 31, 2016

Australia and the Crown

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Australia's debate on becoming a republic continues to rage on.

What's Next in the Ablyazov Saga? French Court Set to Rule on Extradition
December 09, 2016

What's Next in the Ablyazov Saga? French Court Set to Rule on Extradition

By Catherine Putz
The UN Special Rapporteur on Torture warns that if Ablyazov is extradited to Russia, he will likely end up back in Kazakhstan.

United Kingdom and Japan Hold First-Ever Joint Fighter Exercise
October 25, 2016

United Kingdom and Japan Hold First-Ever Joint Fighter Exercise

By Franz-Stefan Gady
For the first time since the end of World War II, British fighter aircraft are ‘targeting’ Japanese warplanes.
Conrad Prince on the United Kingdom's Cyber Strategy and Asia
October 15, 2016

Conrad Prince on the United Kingdom's Cyber Strategy and Asia

By Ankit Panda
Conrad Prince, UK Cyber Ambassador, speaks with The Diplomat about cyber security and the Asia-Pacific.

UK-China Ties Put to the Test Over Hinkley Point Nuclear Power Project
August 12, 2016

UK-China Ties Put to the Test Over Hinkley Point Nuclear Power Project

By Ankit Panda
A surprise spying revelation may push a decision by Theresa May's new government.
Brexit: The American Founding Fathers Had it Right: Direct Democracy Is a Dead Duck
June 25, 2016

Brexit: The American Founding Fathers Had it Right: Direct Democracy Is a Dead Duck

By Franz-Stefan Gady
David Cameron should have heeded Alexander Hamilton’s skepticism of ‘pure democracy.’

Post-Brexit, What Are the Geopolitical and Economic Consequences for Asia?
June 25, 2016

Post-Brexit, What Are the Geopolitical and Economic Consequences for Asia?

By Ankit Panda
The United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union. How will that affect Asia?

Should Pakistan Celebrate Sadiq Khan’s Big Win in London?
May 11, 2016

Should Pakistan Celebrate Sadiq Khan’s Big Win in London?

By Umair Jamal
The political culture that allowed Khan's victory in London is sadly lacking in Pakistan.

Great Britain and Japan to Deepen Defense Cooperation
January 11, 2016

Great Britain and Japan to Deepen Defense Cooperation

By Franz-Stefan Gady
London and Tokyo aim to tighten their defense relations in 2016.
Narendra Modi Ushers in a Much-Needed 'Reset' in Relations with the United Kingdom
November 16, 2015

Narendra Modi Ushers in a Much-Needed 'Reset' in Relations with the United Kingdom

By Harsh V. Pant
The Indian prime minister's state visit successfully focused the India-UK bilateral relationship.

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