Foreign Policy

James Snell reports on the deployment of British Troops in Mali as a part of the UN’s mission to counter jihadist groups

The GRU, Unit 29155 of Russia’s military intelligence service, is a remarkable failure of counterintelligence and politics from the West, says James Snell

Beijing’s growing influence means hard choices are going to get harder for the Government

Paul du Quenoy says there is much greater continuity in Biden’s foreign policy than the current narrative suggests

There is an ignoble history of outgoing administrations making things harder for their unwelcome successors – and Trump’s departure was no exception

Developing countries that the UK assists are being sidelined as the UK government’s attention is seized by Covid-19 and domestic troubles

The Arab Spring didn’t amount to much, but when the US killed Soleimani last year it was a unexpectedly positive counterpoint

An appraisal of the President’s foreign policy would find he was consistent, traditional, multilateral – and highly successful

Joe Biden’s election signals a return to Washington’s default liberal and progressive values, especially in foreign affairs

Is it wrong that donor countries should also benefit from their development aid projects?