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Strife Series on British Security Post-Brexit, Part II – Stormy Seas: The UK-US Relationship under Trump

March 18, 2017

By: Christina Dutton     The UK has spent the past half-century balancing two primary foreign policy commitments: its membership in the European Union (EU) and its ‘special relationship’ with the United States (USA). Primed and ready to pull the trigger on Article 50, However, Britain seems to be leaning hardest on its American ally … Continue reading “Strife Series on British Security Post-Brexit, Part II – Stormy Seas: The UK-US Relationship under Trump”


NATO in the Crucible

October 5, 2016

By. Dr. Zachary Wolfraim Yet again, NATO is having a challenging year. Since the end of the Cold War, the Alliance has demonstrated its repeated ability to pivot and adapt in order to retain some level of relevance in the face of continued international instability. That being said, the newest challenges are coming from within … Continue reading “NATO in the Crucible”


The future of European defence: An interview with Daniel Keohane

April 25, 2016

Daniel Keohane interviewed by Annabelle Vuille Annabelle Vuille: What would you say are the most pressing security challenges faced by Europe today? Daniel Keohane: Let me answer this question slightly differently, as there are numerous security challenges to be listed – from Russia to ISIS, failing states in the Middle East, the refugee challenge, and terrorism etc. … Continue reading “The future of European defence: An interview with Daniel Keohane”


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