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A tale of two elections: UK, Canada and lacklustre foreign policy

April 30, 2015

By Zachary Wolfraim: A Conservative Prime Minister is fighting against a left-wing opponent about which the electorate has continued doubts. At the same time this Prime Minister is faced with challenges from within his own party: attempting to prevent the right-wing elements from pulling away from the moderate image he has sought to project. Despite … Continue reading “A tale of two elections: UK, Canada and lacklustre foreign policy”


Putting ‘brains on the ground’: why is Britain sending military advisors to Ukraine?

February 25, 2015

By Thomas Colley: One month after the US announced its decision to send a military training mission to the Ukraine, the British government has announced that 75 military advisors will also be sent to support the Ukrainian military. Backing the US is unsurprising for those familiar with British foreign policy in recent decades. Yet this … Continue reading “Putting ‘brains on the ground’: why is Britain sending military advisors to Ukraine?”


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