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LATEST REPORTS

The Prospective Foreign Policy of Sir Keir Starmer

Putin’s Invasion of Ukraine and the Global Crisis

Morpheus: The British Army’s Next Procurement Failure

All Change: The Impact of Government Policy on Migration Composition & Social Cohesion

A Weaker Russia and the West’s Opportunity in the South Caucasus

Providing Ukraine with Air Defence Capabilities

What Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Tells Us About Chinese Policy Towards Taiwan

Ukraine-Russia Policy: Next Steps for the West

Countering Iran in the Arabian Gulf

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Ending Russia’s War Against Ukraine

The Vulnerability of Iran’s Nuclear Facilities to Drone Strikes

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Will Russia Invade Ukraine? Moscow’s Threat to European Security

Online Radicalisation and Algorithms

Weaponisation of Refugees in Putin’s Long-Standing Hybrid War Against the West

Modern-Day Britain’s Terror Threat

Defender of the Faiths: How the Russian Government uses Religious Diplomacy

Background Briefing – Islamophobia

What is Islamism and why should it concern me?

The British Army’s Ajax: Fit for Purpose?

Supporting Taiwan: A Calling for Global Britain

Nord Stream 2: Myths, Illusions and Realities

The Future National Cyber Security Strategy: Defending Values in Cyber

NEW REPORT – Iranian Influence Networks in the United Kingdom: Audit and Analysis

NEW REPORT – Understanding Qatari Ambition: The Curriculum 2016-20

Renewing the Resistance: The UK’s role in the Crimea Platform

The Terrorism and Extremism Disclosure Scheme (TEDS): Empowering Families and Communities to Reject Radicalising and Extremist Influences

Research Brief – Eradicating Prison Extremism: Understanding Islamist Hierarchies in Prisons

Research Brief – The SolarWinds Cyber Incident: Consequences & Policy Options

Research Brief – A Steppe Change: Should Britain be Bolder in Central Asia?

Research Brief – ‘The Carrier Strike Group 2021’

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