With a change at the top of British politics, will the UK’s foreign policy be a continuation of the Johnson era or are we turning the page towards a new…
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Denisa Delić is the Director of Advocacy at the International Rescue Committee (IRC) UK. Denisa has worked on UK foreign policy and conflict and humanitarian issues over the past seven years. She has collaborated with think tanks on projects exploring civilian protection and human security, including publishing a report with the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI). Prior to joining the International Rescue Committee, Denisa was the Head of UK Influencing at Save the Children UK and a parliamentary researcher for a Member of Parliament. She is a Special Adviser for the European Leadership Network and holds two Masters Degrees in Global Politics and International Business studies. Her areas of interest focus on UK foreign policy, EU-UK foreign cooperation, conflict diplomacy and European security.
The G7 was the first opportunity for Prime Minister (PM) Johnson and his Government to launch their ‘Global Britain’ vision, demonstrate leadership on key global challenges and spur efforts to…Article by Denisa Delic