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Why we failed in Afghanistan

By Peter Young – 4 minute read THE DECISION by the Biden Administration to abandon Afghanistan is obviously foolish.  The reputation of the West as trustworthy and competent will be undermined. International terrorists focused on Jihad towards North America and Europe will once again use it as a base.  Afghan citizens will experience untold misery as the [...]

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For a truly Global Britain ‘Taking Back Control’ must go beyond the EU 

By Jayne Adye – 4 minute read  THE PHRASE ‘Take Back Control’ will go down as one of the most famous and influential campaign slogans in political history. Not only was it a call to action during the EU Referendum campaign, it summed up perfectly the thoughts of millions of Britons who had grown tired of [...]

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New defence review 2020 paper published

By Ewen Stewart, Director of Global Britain. Global Britain is pleased to publish a major paper by David Murrin Now or Never – UK Strategic Defence Review 2020. You can find the paper on our Reports page here. David Murrin's paper is a major contribution to the debate on Britain's future role in the world from [...]

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Our latest regular tea-time Brexit-Watch.org newsletter…

A special tea-time treat... WE normally don't put out a newsletter at the weekend but these times are not normal and we would like to mark this week – it has been our best ever, with readership quadrupling – by letting you know our three most popular features that made it so successful – and highlight our [...]

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The Age of Miracles has not passed

by Alan Sked, Emeritus Professor of International History, LSE and Founder of UKIP LET ME START with the ‘European Miracle’. By this I do not refer to the EU but to what global historians mean when they explain Europe’s exponential rise in terms of economics, commerce, technology and philosophy ahead of the Asian empires (Ottoman, Moghul, [...]

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