Tag: John Hemmings

AUKMIN 2018: The Future of Global Britain?

South Korea is still being super nice to Kim — and it could undermine US pressure


What Kim Jong-un Really Wants Hasn’t Changed

FIFTY foreign takeovers to be blocked a year: Ministers set to ramp up their control over ownership of UK firms

Our companies have been wide open to foreign espionage for too long – now that is changing


White Paper will be a tool in the armoury against powers looking to buy or steal UK’s sensitive technology

Kim’s demand for a peace deal before denuclearisation shows how much Trump got played

Explaining the Japan–Australia security relationship: it’s complicated …

Europe can still salvage this NATO summit – here’s how

Lessons from the America-Japan Trade War of the 1980s

Japan–Australia security cooperation in the bilateral and multilateral contexts

‘They will try to stiff us’: Britain waking up to Chinese threat amid fog of Brexit

Dr John Hemmings speaks to i24 about the cancelled US-NK Summit

India’s Ambiguity and the Chinese Threat


US-North Korea Summit always an uphill battle

Dr John Hemmings on BBC Good Morning Ulster discussing US-North Korea talks under threat  

With the North Korea talks at risk, has Trump maxed out on ‘maximum pressure’?

Kim and Moon’s meeting was ‘historic’ – but what will its ramifications be? An expert explains


Peace is essential, but change must mean the end of the North Korean police state

Dr John Hemmings discusses the North-South Korea summit on BBC World

The Riddle of North Korea’s Diplomacy

Dr John Hemmings appears on BBC Breakfast to discuss Trump and North Korea

The New Great Game in the Indo-Pacific

Can Donald Trump do a deal with Kim Jong-un without selling out a key regional ally?

Dr John Hemmings speaks to BBC World about the Abe-Trump Summit and North Korea


Defence Committee report is solid, but North Korea may have its own ‘rationale’ for action

Against all odds, is Trump about to solve the North Korea nuclear crisis?


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