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21/11/23

Accelerated, Inclusive & Resilient Growth

Since its inception in 1999, the G20 has become one of the world’s primary forums for debating economic issues: the 19 countries plus the EU account for over 80% of…

Article by Ruth Bergan and Phil Bloomer
Publications

Retreating Rights: Examining the pressure on human rights in Tajikistan

Part of the ‘Retreating Rights’ publication series.

17/05/21

Global Britons: Understanding the unique British communities in Brussels and Washington DC

This report focuses on two unusual but strategically important British communities overseas.

14/04/21

Retreating Rights: Examining the pressure on human rights in Kyrgyzstan

Part of the ‘Retreating Rights’ publication series.

01/03/21

Partnerships for the future of UK Foreign Policy

Part of the ‘Finding Britain’s role in a changing world’ publication series.

16/12/20

Projecting the UK’s values abroad

Part of the ‘Finding Britain’s role in a changing world’ publication series.

03/12/20

Protecting the UK’s ability to defend its values

Part of the ‘Finding Britain’s role in a changing world’ publication series.

29/09/20

The principles for Global Britain

Part of the 'Finding Britain's role in a changing world' publication series.

08/09/20

Spotlight on Uzbekistan

Examining the progress of Uzbekistan's reforms and exploring what still needs to be done.

14/07/20

Finding Britain’s role in a changing world

Building a values-based foreign policy

03/03/20

Disputed Territories, Disputed Rights: How to address human rights challenges in Europe’s grey zones

A new publication drawing attention to the human rights situations in Europe's 'grey zones'.

26/09/19

Spotlight on Turkmenistan

A country in an economic and human rights crisis

12/07/19

Saudi Arabia and Iran: The Struggle to Shape the Middle East

The fractious rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran and its impact on the Middle East.

12/11/18

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