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24/10/23

Progressing Women-Led Development

As 2024 dawned, the world found itself plunged into deeper socio-political upheaval, with ever more tumultuous events dominating global headlines. Overshadowed amongst these was the elections that took place in…

Article by Marissa Conway and GAPS
26/09/23

Multilateral Institutions for the 21st Century

As 2024 dawned, the world found itself plunged into deeper socio-political upheaval, with ever more tumultuous events dominating global headlines. Overshadowed amongst these was the elections that took place in…

Article by Thomas E. Garrett and Fred Carver
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War in Ukraine: Reflections one year on

February 2023 marks a bleak anniversary, a year since the Russian invasion into Ukraine.

24/02/23

Can Britain be a ‘force for good’ in Central Asia?

Country briefing papers from ‘Britain as a ‘force for good’ in Central Asia’ Working Group.

16/12/22
19/07/22

‘London Calling’: The issue of legal intimidation and SLAPPs against media emanating from the United Kingdom

London is a hotspot for issuing SLAPP cases against journalists stifling media freedom here &…

25/04/22

Reset Required? Evaluating the Media Freedom Coalition after its first two years

The Media Freedom Coalition requires a 're-injection of energy' according to a new evaluation.

09/02/22

A ‘Force for Good’?

A ‘Force for Good’?: Examining UK engagement in Fragile and Conflict Affected Countries

06/12/21

Global Britain for an open world?

Examining the importance of open societies to the UK’s ‘force for good’ ambitions.

19/10/21

Retreating Rights: Examining the pressure on human rights in Kazakhstan

Part of the ‘Retreating Rights’ publication series.

22/07/21

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