Principles guiding British Foreign Policy ‘Progressively Obsolete’, says Rifkind

By George Allison

The report’s author, James Rogers, commented:

“As Britain leaves the European Union and begins the deepest foreign, security and defence policy review since the end of the Cold War, we need to undertake a thorough re-appraisal of the dominant assumptions that have guided our strategic thinking. If we, as a nation, get those wrong, everything else will be misconstrued. As wider state competition intensifies, Britain needs to re-empower itself to compete with revisionist and expansionist powers.”

Read the full article in UK Defence Journal

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