|Author (Person)||Fraser, Simon|
|Publisher||Royal Institute of International Affairs [Chatham House]|
|Series Title||Expert Comment|
Does the UK have a foreign policy? The failures in Iraq and Afghanistan curbed our Blairite appetite for intervention. Then the Brexit referendum and the advent of Donald Trump as US president upended the European and Atlantic pillars of our strategy. The UK has been outflanked by Russian opportunism, and on China it is confused about the balance of security risk and economic opportunity. Meanwhile, the world is accelerating into a dangerous, bipolar era of geopolitics.
|Subject Categories||Politics and International Relations|
|Countries / Regions||United Kingdom|