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What are Theresa May’s foreign policy priorities in the Gulf?

At a summit in Bahrain next week she could promote human rights—or business

By Kate Allen  

Prime Minister Theresa May ©Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire/PA Images

It’s probably fair to say that Theresa May hasn’t yet put her stamp on foreign policy. So what does the prime minister stand for—aside from “Brexit meaning Brexit” and the UK’s renewed interest in free trade?

Her attendance at the Gulf Cooperation Council Summit in Bahrain next week may offer us more clues.…

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