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Middle East/North Africa Technology and infrastructure

Space launch vehicles and rockets, sanctions and agreements: The issue of compliance

The relationship between Iran and the US appears to be evolving within a framework of political posturing and an international governance system.

Europe

The impact of Brexit on British security and defence

In spite of likely disruptions in data sharing and further cooperation, it is in the interest of the EU and Britain to remain partners and foster a close security cooperation in

Economics

Why a post-Brexit Britain can survive in the global economy

In this debate series, GRI asked: can a Post-Brexit Britain survive in the global economy? Analyst Rayhan Chouglay argues that yes, it can, and even prosper. Read the opposing side

Insights

Rue Britannia: Post-Brexit UK remains rudderless

Post Brexit, the UK’s political elite continue to be mired in resignations, internal divisions, and strife. The ship of state remains rudderless, Rue Britannia.

Europe Security

The security implications of Brexit

A Brexit vote to leave the EU on June 23 would have grave implications for the security of the UK, Europe, and NATO.

Europe Politics

Is the ‘Brexit’ scenario all talk?

While independence from the EU made for a good Conservative party campaign promise, the uncertainty and economic harm of a British exit, or ‘Brexit,” make the scenario unlikely.  On May

Economics Europe North America

Headwinds for the US and UK economies

Economies in the UK and US are bright spots in the developed world, but not quite bright enough to instill confidence. If there has been one trend across the developed

Europe Politics

Scotland’s ‘no’ answers one question but raises others

Scotland voted to stay in the UK, but there is still debate over how devolution will play out. In the early hours of September 18th, many were relieved as Scotland voted to

Europe Finance

Scotland’s independence could hurt British pound

A referendum on Scotland’s independence, due to be held next week, could see Scotland leaving the union after 300 years of membership. Fiercely contested between the pro-independence campaign of Scotland’s

Economics Europe

Unlike public, UK manufacturers favour EU membership

Anti-EU sentiment has been on the rise in most of the bloc’s 28 member states since the onset of the European sovereign debt crisis. However, few European countries have proven