FEATURED COMMENTARY & ANALYSIS
Issue Brief Oct 8, 2021
Global Britain: An American review
By Dame Karen Pierce, Max Bergmann, Peter Rough, Rachel Ellehuus, Yakov Feygin, Nate Sibley, Livia Godaert, Leah Scheunemann, Safa Shahwan Edwards, Margaret Jackson, Olivier-Remy Bel, Damir Marusic, Jörn Fleck, Julia Friedlander, Frances Burwell, James Batchik
What is happening to Britain in the world? Since 2016, when Brexit began with the United Kingdom’s shock “leave” vote to quit the European Union, the conversation has become almost impossible to have without entering into a fierce and polemical debate surrounding the country’s departure.
New Atlanticist Mar 23, 2022
Not just Russian oligarchs: Britain must block Kazakhstan’s kleptocrats from securing a safe haven
By Francis Shin
There is a strong chance to extend some of the regulatory reforms directed towards Russian oligarchs to also apply to the Nazarbayev family.
Event Recap Mar 10, 2022
UK foreign minister: Putin’s invasion of Ukraine is a ‘paradigm shift on the scale of 9/11’
By the Atlantic Council
Foreign Secretary Liz Truss warned that Putin has shaken the global security architecture by invading Ukraine and declared the “era of complacency” over.
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