What has changed in Yemen since the Operation Storm? Which actors have emerged--or reemerged--to take advantage of the country's power vacuum?
Adam Baron, Visiting Fellow, ECFR
Awssan Kamal, Yemen humanitarian campaigns coordinator, Oxfam
Elisabeth Kendall, Senior Research Fellow, Arabic & Islamic Studies, Oxford University
Chaired by: Frank Gardner, BBC Security Correspondent
Britain Steps Into a Deglobalising World (Commentary)
Sebastian Dullien - 20 February 2017
The trend for integration of global markets has softened and might soon even revert, which will force nation-states to rethink their trade strategies.
Gideon Rachman (Financial Times), Manuel Lafont Rapnouil and Susi Dennison discuss the foreign policy views of the five candidates leading the polls. What will be the impact of their election for dossiers such as Russia, counterterrorism, and the Middle East? What will be the impact on the Brexit negotiation?
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London - 09 Jul 18
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Is Our China Policy Hostage to Transatlantic Relations?
London - 20 Jun 18
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A new series of seminars on the effect of the Digital Revolution on International Relations
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London - 02 May 18
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The UK elections have not solved the British question for Europe, and thus the German headache will remain.
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Mark Leonard - 08 May 2015
A look at the four key questions about the coming British referendum on the EU.
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Josef Janning - 26 January 2015
British-German relations, while shaped by a mutual sense of respect, are almost at a loss on a common agenda.
What can go wrong for Europe in 2015? (Commentary)
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Two all-too-plausible scenarios could turn 2015 into an annus horribilis for the Union.