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What was the Queen’s diplomacy? As the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II draws to a close, I spoke with Professor Philip Murray, Director of History and Policy at the Institute for Historical Research, to discuss the legacy she leaves behind. What role did the Queen play in the end of the British Empire? How did the Queen's involvement shape the …
 
What did Gorbachev believe? Following Gorbachev's passing, I spoke with Vladislav Zubok, Professor of International History at LSE and author of Collapse, on how Gorbachev saw Lenin, Europe and Ukraine. Did Gorbachev look to Lenin for inspiration? Was the Soviet collapse inevitable because Gorbachev was simply too naïve about economic management? W…
 
What are the origins of Europe’s energy crisis? As concerns continue to grow over Europe's capacity to endure a winter with less Russian natural gas, I spoke with Dr. Helen Thompson, Professor of Political Economy at Cambridge University, on Europe’s energy, climate and geopolitical reckoning. What are the historical origins of Europe’s predicament…
 
What future for the Scottish Lib Dems? As Nicola Sturgeon recently declared her intention to hold a second independence referendum without Westminster's consent, I spoke with Alex Cole-Hamilton, leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats, to discuss the future of the union. Can the Scottish Lib Dems benefit from the recent wins that their English cou…
 
What future for Hong Kong? As the 25th anniversary of the handover of Hong Kong is marked by the ascension of John Lee to the position of Chief Executive, I interviewed Nathan Law, a Hong Kong democracy activist currently in exile in London. Was the current repression in Hong Kong inevitable under the Chinese Communist Party, or under Xi? How have …
 
What does the Tory leadership contest say about race in Britain? The candidacies of Rishi Sunak, Sajid Javid, Suella Braverman, and Kemi Badenoch for the leadership of the UK Conservative Party (and the UK premiership by extension) have demonstrated the potential for ethnic minority politicians to break "the glass ceiling" of political leadership. …
 
As Boris Johnson announces his resignation from the premiership, the question on everyone's mind is: now what? To get to the potential outcomes of Johnson's departure from No 10, I interviewed Tom McTague, Staff Writer at The Atlantic, to discuss what to watch out for in both the Conservative Party and British politics in the near future. Who are t…
 
Is this a new 1914? As Western alliances have broadened and deepened, with quasi alliances like that with Ukraine and Taiwan proliferating, I interview Dr. Bruno Tertrais, Deputy Director of the Foundation for Strategic Research in Paris, on his new paper for the Atlantic Council on whether there is a risk or a new 1914. How are alliances different…
 
What future for Australian foreign policy under the Albanese government? As the Albanese government approaches its first month in office, I interviewed Hervé Lemahieu, Director of Research at the Lowy Institute, Susannah Patton, Research Fellow and Project Director, Power and Diplomacy Program at the Lowy Institute, and Ashley Townshend, Senior Fel…
 
What is Britain trying to achieve with the Northern Ireland protocol? As the EU launches a legal challenge to Britain for alleged violations of post-Brexit trade agreements, I spoke with the Rt. Hon. Conor Burns, Minister of State for Northern Ireland, on what Britain's goals are in renegotiating the Northern Ireland protocol. Is Britain breaking i…
 
What future for the United States and Northern Ireland? As the US Congressional delegation to Northern Ireland works to end the ongoing political crisis in Stormont, I spoke with US Representative Brendan Boyle to discuss what the United States can do in a mediator role between the Unionists and Irish Nationalists and also what future exists for Ir…
 
What future for Finland in NATO? As Finland continues its accession process into NATO, I interview Satu Hassi, Chair of the Grand Committee in the Finnish Parliament, to discuss Finland's new security position. What role is the UK's new security pact with Finland playing in its accession to NATO? How is Turkey's opposition to Finland's accession im…
 
What future for Northern Ireland? As Stormont remains paralyzed by the Democratic Unionist Party's refusal to nominate a new speaker, I spoke with Kellie Armstrong, Alliance MLA for Strangford, to discuss how the crisis may be defused. How has Northern Irish society changed since the Troubles? Is a more liberal Northern Ireland emerging?…
 
Which Western leaders have done enough for Ukraine? As international support for Ukraine remains steady in the face of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, I interviewed Kira Rudik, member of the Ukrainian Parliament and leader of the Voice Party, about which of Ukraine's allies have helped the most. Why does Ukraine view British Prime Minister Boris John…
 
Are sanctions on Russia working?As the chances of Europe imposing a full oil and gas embargo on Russia are becoming increasingly likely, I interviewed Ambassador Daniel Fried, former US Coordinator for Sanctions Policy (2013-2017) for #BritainDebrief on how sanctions on Russia are impacting the Kremlin’s war chest, the Russian economy and third cou…
 
What's at stake in France's Presidential Election? As French President Emmanuel Macron maintains a lead ahead of his far-right challenger Marine Le Pen, I interview Ambassador Gérard Araud, former French Ambassador to the US, for #BritainDebrief to discuss how this election will impact France. What is France's role in NATO? What will happen to the …
 
What world order comes after Ukraine? As military aid to Ukraine increases from NATO and major US allies, I interviewed Patrick Porter, Senior Associate Fellow at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) for #BritainDebrief to learn more about how modern alliances will change following the Russia's invasion. What will happen to Ukraine's neutrali…
 
What's the Future of Russia and its War? As the Russian invasion of Ukraine settles into a costly stalemate for the Russian military, I interview Dmitri Alperovitch, Chairman of the Silverado Policy Accelerator think tank and the Co-Founder of Crowdstrike, to learn more about under what circumstances Russia would retreat from Ukraine. How will the …
 
Can the West Airlift Ukrainian Refugees to Safety? With estimates of up to 3.5 million refugees flooding out of Ukraine following the Russian military's invasion, I interviewed Gerald Knaus, Chair of the European Stability Initiative, on the feasibility of an airlift of Ukrainian refugees from Poland, Hungary, and Moldova to other parts of Europe a…
 
How can Britain fix its corruption problem? With the passing of the Economic Crime Bill in the UK, I interview Margaret Hodge MP, Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Anti-Corruption and Responsible Tax, to discuss what Britain's next steps are in tackling Russian corruption overseas. What exactly does the Economic Crime Bill do? What refo…
 
How will the war in Ukraine end? As the Russian military advance continues to stall, I interviewed Rob Lee, FPRI Senior Fellow, for today's #BritainDebrief. How have lethal British military aid, like anti-tank MLAWs, performed so far? Can Ukraine continue to hold out against Russia? How real is the threat of Russian chemical weapon attacks in Ukrai…
 
Can decarbonization disarm Putin’s war machine? As European countries have reluctantly started to announce programs to be less reliant on Russian oil and gas, I interviewed Laurie Laybourn, Visiting Fellow at the Chatham House Sustainability Accelerator for today's #BritainDebrief. What have the UK and Europe announced so far in addressing their re…
 
What impact are British and allied sanctions having on Russia? As Britain joins the global anti-invasion coalition to take increasingly assertive economic actions against Russia, Ben Judah interviews Dr. Maria Shagina, visiting fellow at the Finnish Institute for International Affairs' Center on US Politics and Power, for today's #BritainDebrief. H…
 
Is this economic war with Russia? As a newly-formed anti-invasion coalition forms in the international community and takes increasingly severe economic actions against Russia, I interviewed Edward Fishman, former Russia and Europe Lead in the State Department’s Office of Economic Sanctions Policy and Implementation, for today's #BritainDebrief. Wha…
 
What can we do to help Ukraine? As Russia launches a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, I spoke with Tom Tugendhat, MP, Chair of the UK Foreign Affairs Committee, on what Britain and its allies can do for a special emergency #BritainDebrief. Is this a major turning point in European history? What does Tugendhat think of Boris Johnson's new sanctions p…
 
How is Western intelligence responding to the Ukraine crisis? Given the unprecedented interventions British and American intelligence agencies have regularly made throughout the crisis in Ukraine, I interviewed Sir John Sawers, former Chief of MI6, for this week’s #BritainDebrief for the Atlantic Council. Why are Western intelligence agencies makin…
 
How have Germany-Russia relations changed since Angela Merkel's departure? As concerns about Germany’s support for Ukraine continue to rise, especially in Britain, I interviewed Mathieu von Rohr, the foreign editor of Der Spiegel, for this week's #BritainDebrief for the Atlantic Council. What does Chancellor Olaf Scholz want to change in Germany's …
 
If Russia invades Ukraine, what about the refugees? As last minute negotiations between NATO and Russia continue, I interviewed Gerald Knaus, founding chairman of the European Stability Initiative, for this week's #BritainDebrief for the Atlantic Council. If Russia invades, is it possible to predict how large the refugee wave may be? Can Germany an…
 
What is going in Kyiv, and will there be war in Europe? As the crisis at the Ukrainian border continues to grow, I interviewed Tom Tugendhat, MP, Chairman of the UK Parliament's Foreign Affairs Select Committee, for this week's #BritanDebrief for the Atlantic Council. What role is the UK playing in this crisis? Is the UK playing enough of a role in…
 
What should the UK Labour Party's policy towards the European Union be if it returns to power? As polls continue to show a potential lead for Labour, I interviewed Luke Cooper, an LSE Associate Researcher, convenor of the Another Europe campaign, and author of the new book Authoritarian Contagion; The Global Threat to Democracy, for this week's #Br…
 
Why should the UK consider corruption a national security threat? With an epidemic of fraud hitting the UK during the pandemic, and corruption a matter of daily concern in Westminster, I interviewed Helena Wood, a Senior Fellow at RUSI's Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies, for this week's #BritainDebrief for the Atlantic Council. How d…
 
What is Macron's grand strategy? As the 2022 French presidential election approaches, I interviewed Michel Duclos, Special Advisor for Geopolitics at the Institut Montaigne and former French Ambassador to Syria and Switzerland, for this week's #BritainDebrief for the Atlantic Council. The interview draws on his new book "France in Global Upheaval."…
 
What can Britain do if Russia invades Ukraine? As a major war scare between Russian and Ukraine develops, I interviewed Dr. Maryna Vorotnyuk, a Russia and Eurasia Research Fellow at RUSI for this week's #BritainDebrief for the Atlantic Council. What does this crisis between Russia and Ukraine mean for Britain? What security relationship has Britain…
 
Can Britain and France get on? How does the French establishment feel about UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson? Which of France's main foreign policy objectives currently match those of the UK? Does Brexit still cast a shadow of UK-European relations? To get a broader perspective, I interviewed Georgina Wright, a Senior Fellow and Director of the Pari…
 
What is Britain’s place in a populist age? Is Anglo-American democracy decaying? Has politics become over-personalized around populist leaders? What does this mean as war scares impact Eastern Europe? To better understand the security implications of this, I spoke with Dr. Fiona Hill, a Robert Bosch Senior Fellow at the Brooking Institution and who…
 
What does the Northern Ireland Protocol and the threat of the UK triggering Article 16 mean for Northern Ireland? The United Kingdom is threatening to use Article 16 of the Northern Ireland protocol of the Brexit withdrawal agreement, which suspends the agreement either in part or as a whole, amid tough talks with Brussels. I wanted to understand w…
 
What does AUKUS mean for Britain? The new pact between Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States has grabbed headlines because of French disgruntlement over it triggering a cancelled a submarine deal. But what does the agreement mean for Britain? To find out I spoke to Dr. Euan Graham, Senior Fellow for Asia-Pacific Security at the Intern…
 
Can anti-kleptocracy win in London? Edward Lucas, a columnist at the Times, a Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) and formerly a senior editor at The Economist is one of Britain's best known critics of Russian kleptocrats and his enablers. Now he's making the jump into politics as the prospective parliamentar…
 
Did corruption lose the war in Afghanistan? In the aftermath of the humiliating collapse of the Afghan government, I wanted to find out for this week's #BritainDebrief for the Atlantic Council why that government collapsed like a house of cards. I interviewed Sarah Chayes, who served for a decade in Afghanistan including as special assistant on cor…
 
What went wrong for the British Army? On the eve of twenty years since 9/11, I wanted to find out what went wrong in Iraq and Afghanistan for what used to call itself "the best little army in the world." To find out I spoke to Simon Akam for this week's #BritainDebrief for the Atlantic, the author of the recently published "The Changing Of the Guar…
 
What does the collapse of American Afghanistan mean for Britain? As horrific scenes unfold at Kabul airport with the Taliban now in control of Kabul, I wanted to find out what this means for Afghanistan, American credibility and British foreign policy for this week's #BritainDebrief for the Atlantic Council so I spoke Tom Tugendhat, MP, chair of th…
 
What is the mood in Kabul? After the fall of Herat, much of the north and the Taliban's occupation of Kabul and Kandahar seen to be only a matter of time, I wanted to find out for a special edition of #BritainDebrief for the Atlantic Council what this means and what this reveals about British and European diplomacy. To find out IO spoke to Bruno Ma…
 
Is Biden making a terrible mistake in Afghanistan? With the United States withdrawing and cities falling to the Taliban in Afghanistan, I wanted to found out for this week's #BritainDebrief for the Atlantic Council what Rory Stewart, former MP and Secretary of State for International Development thought about the crisis. What does the Taliban takeo…
 
Have American culture wars come to Britain? For the second in a series for #BritainDebrief for the Atlantic Council asking foreign correspondents based in the UK about the country's predicament, I spoke to Yasmeen Serhan, a London-based Staff Writer at The Atlantic. Yasmeen is the author of a recently acclaimed piece "What Euro 2020 has revealed ab…
 
A Foreign Correspondent's View: Is British democracy at risk? In the first of a new series interviewing foreign correspondents based in Britain on their views on the country's predicament, I spoke to Annette Dittert, Senior Correspondent and Bureau Chief of Germany's ARD, who is the author of a viral piece published in English in the New Statesman …
 
Britain vs. Disinformation: a crisis or an exaggeration? From vaccines and Brexit to foreign ops, the subject of disinformation and how to handle it is constantly invoked in the UK debate. But how much of the threat is this really? To find out I spoke to David Patrikarakos, journalist and author of "War in 140 Characters: How Social Media is Reshap…
 
How the England Team look from Europe? With England in the finals of UEFA Euro 2020 this weekend I wanted to find out how Gareth Southgate's team and all the feelings and questions about national identity accompanying them look from Europe. To find out for this week's #BritainDebrief for the Atlantic Council, I spoke to Benjamin Haddad, Director of…
 
What does a new Sino-American cold war mean for Britain? As discussion mounts in Washington DC of a new cold war between China and the United States, I wanted to work out if this was really the case and what it means for Britain. To find out for this week's #BritainDebrief for the Atlantic Council, I spoke to author and China expert James Palmer, d…
 
How did Britain fare in Biden's summitry? After the G7, NATO and US-EU summits launching Biden's high-level engagement with Europe I wanted to find out how the UK had fared for this week's #BritainDebrief for the Atlantic Council. To find out I spoke to Julia Friedlander, Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council, deputy director of our GeoEconomics Ce…
 
Is Britain acting globally important for Biden's foreign policy? For today's G7 Special of #BritainDebrief for the Atlantic Council I wanted to find out whether or not America actually needs a Global Britain? To answer the question I spoke to Emily Tamkin, US Editor of the New Statesman, based in Washington DC. Why does America need allies? Does Am…
 
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