Geographical happenstance became a matter of national identity in imperial times and is now a handy rhetorical device for Brexit enthusiasts.
Can the prime minister unite his warring party around a new energy department? It feels unlikely.
The image of a post-Brexit Britain with a strong international presence is being lost to the so-called special relationship.
Dominic Raab’s successor will face a slew of foreign policy challenges. Here’s how she might approach them.
The CPTPP probably won’t invigorate post-Brexit Britain economically, and it could even be dangerous, geopolitically speaking.
After neglecting its old ally for years, Global Britain is suddenly in need of mates.
With Brexit on the horizon, Britain’s role in NATO won’t change, but its defence priorities might.
What the UK’s main political parties have pledged on foreign policy in their manifestos.
The notion of ‘Empire 2.0’ embraced by Brexiteers is backward-facing nonsense.