Foreign Policy

War may not be imminent but Britain must still be secure

The British Government must make it clear that it will not allow a foreign country to threaten British citizens

Starry-eyed talk of continental cooperation obscures the grim reality of competing interests

NATO’s naive and supine response will not drive Putin’s army from Ukraine and emboldens Moscow still further

Our worst sin has been to be weak, rather than merely to be wrong

The world is growing more dangerous and its members need the will to confront new challenges

The foreign policy concept has been used as an excuse for declinist myth-making

It was right for the US and the UK to attack Houthi military positions

We have seen too many disastrous interventions to be confident now

Predictions of a new Cold War understate the complexity of the future