Chief Operating Officer of the Royal Commonwealth Society Annette Prandzioch says that interest in the inter-governmental organisation of 52 states is greater than ever
Former UK Ambassador Charles Crawford asks these tricky questions when it comes to issues of independence, migration, UN reform and Brexit
The British Government has officially notified its EU partners of its intention to withdraw the UK from the EU. The two-year process of agreeing the terms of that departure has now begun.
Sir Stewart Eldon considers the broader security considerations in the BREXIT negotiations.
Dr Michaela Muscat says that Malta’s 2017 Presidency of the Council of the European Union is making Maritime Affairs a priority
High Commissioner for Cyprus Euripides L. Evriviades discusses this major twenty-first century challenge to the theory and practice of diplomacy and international relations
Following the election of a new US President, former British Ambassador to the United States, Lord Renwick, offers a comprehensive account of the history of the ‘special relationship’ between Britain and the US
While eight major referendums will be held across the globe by the end of the year, former Diplomatic Editor of The Times Michael Binyon questions their logic and results
As his country’s Presidency of the Council of the European Union winds down, the Ambassador of the Slovak Republic Ľubomír Rehák addresses the enormous challenges and successes that they have faced following the referendum in June
With an inevitable loss of influence in Europe, former Diplomatic Editor of The Times Michael Binyon says Britain must redouble its efforts elsewhere to retain its say in global affairs