Global Britain—how to exert influence in an uncertain world

At a recent roundtable, politicians and experts including Barry Gardiner and John Whittingdale asked how we can remain a top international player

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The world is in a moment of great uncertainty. The US is led by an unpredictable man with a hardline approach towards global institutions and rival powers. The US-China trade war risks destabilising the global economy. Meanwhile an emboldened Russia is seeking to expand its influence. Then there is Brexit. For good or ill, at a time of worldwide instability Britain is…

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