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1. Robert Maxwell’s Expectations Gap: Regulation and Reputation in the British Communications Industry, 1981-91

2. Britain, Germany, and the Rise of Competitive Virtue Signaling

3. Labor Market Impact of Immigration in the European Union

4. My British Exequatur, “By Her Majesty’s Command”

5. The Unpredictable Course of Naval Innovation – The Guns of HMS Thunderer

6. Looking Beyond England: Slavery, Settler Colonialism and the Development of Industrial Capitalism

7. Great Britain and Africa: Boris Johnson's Strategic Reversals

8. Imperial Mecca: An Interview with Prof. Michael Low

9. Turkish-Greek Rapprochement in the 1930s: The British Factor as a Third Party

10. Gauging the Gravity of the Situation: The Use and Abuse of Expertise in Estimating the Economic Costs of Brexit

11. The New British Colonialism: British Policy of Influence in the Arab Gulf States after the Withdrawal (1971-1991)

12. Brexit and the British in Spain

13. Brexit and the British in France

14. The Secret Testimony of the Peel Commission (Part II): Partition

15. The Brexit referendum and the rise in hate crime; conforming to the new norm

16. In the Shadow of the British Empire: International Law and the State of Decolonization

17. In the Shadow of Justice: An Interview with Katrina Forrester

18. The Geopolitics of Post-Brexit Britain

19. The implications of a no-deal Brexit for the EU

20. Britain's No-Deal Debacle? The Costs at Home and Likely Setbacks Abroad

21. Morris Motors: How Oxford became a Motor City

22. Britain’s Reckoning with the Future

23. Avoiding “Cuba-sur-Calais” and Other Misadventures on Brexit Island

24. Healing in the Himalayas: Robert Saunders, Surgeon, and the Embassy to Bhutan and Tibet of 1783

25. Regional Development Performance in Council Areas of Scotland with the Highest Percentage of Gaelic Speakers