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The British government’s approach since 2010 of seeking to enhance the UK's relations with the world’s emerging powers while balancing these with relationships with the United States and Europe h
Date
15/10/2015
The simplistic US-China focused narrative of the future of the Asia-Pacific does not sufficiently take into consideration other regional actors such as Japan and India, new instruments of leverage in
Date
10/10/2015
US leadership in multilateral institutions such as the World Bank and regional development banks is flagging.
Date
09/10/2015
The removal of international sanctions on Iran carries the potential to radically restructure the Eurasian energy architecture
and, as a consequence, reshape Eurasian geopolitics.
Date
01/10/2015
Using updated population forecasts, this paper presents alternative growth scenarios for South Africa up to 2035, and their implications for employment, politics and poverty.
Date
11/08/2015
The United States has been the leader of the free world for decades, championing a liberalized open global economy, the modernization of states, and a system of global institutions and rules that has
Date
20/07/2015
This study brings together work in progress on a long-term project to identify and analyse the 'cost of non-Europe' in a number of policy fields.
Date
13/04/2015
This paper explores the changing power capabilities of Algeria, Egypt, Ethiopia, Nigeria, and South Africa (the ‘Big Five’) over the next 25 years.
Date
24/03/2015
These guidelines correspond to a significant degree to policy priorities established by the Members of the European Parliament during the seventh parliamentary term through a large number of reports a
Date
09/12/2014
This paper first presents a summary of recent conflict trends in Africa, largely drawing on data from the Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project.
Date
19/11/2014

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