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

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

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

6. Labor Market Impact of Immigration in the European Union

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

14. Brexit and the British in Spain

15. Brexit and the British in France

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

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

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

19. Morris Motors: How Oxford became a Motor City

20. The Geopolitics of Post-Brexit Britain

21. Britain’s Reckoning with the Future

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

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

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

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

26. The Importance of Ties between Palestinian Citizens of Israel and Diaspora Jewry: A View from Britain

27. The Global Impact of Brexit Uncertainty

28. Brexit: Everyone Loses, but Britain Loses the Most

29. How can the NHS recruit and retain migrant nurses after Brexit?

30. How can the NHS recruit and retain migrant nurses after Brexit?: Background Report

31. Prospects for a closer relationship with Indonesia after Brexit

32. The risk to biodiversity along China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)

33. The role of Chinese finance in the City of London after Brexit

34. The role of Chinese finance in the City of London after Brexit: Background Report

35. The United Kingdom's Belt and Road Initiative strategy after Brexit

36. British India, Russia, and the Future of Neighborhood Diplomacy: Ekai Kawaguchi’s Notes on 20th Century Tibet

37. What Psychology Might Learn from Traditional Christianity

38. Why China Has Not Caught Up Yet: Military-Technological Superiority and the Limits of Imitation, Reverse Engineering, and Cyber Espionage

39. A Short-Sighted Vision for Global Britain

40. La Entente franco-británica y España: El aliado que no fue

41. The EU should prepare for all UK post-election scenarios

42. Brexit: the manifestos uncovered

43. Brexit, British people of colour in the EU-27 and everyday racism in Britain and Europe

44. Naturalisation and (dis)integration for Euro families in Brexiting Britain

45. Journal of Advanced Military Studies: Economics of Defense

46. Globalization and Its ‘Born Throwaways’: Exploring the Impact of Neo-Liberal Reforms on Irregular Migration in Africa

47. Diversity and perceptions of Immigration: How the past Influences the present

48. High Hopes, Long Odds: On the False Promises of Brexiteer Deals with the EU and US

49. Finding the good in EVEL: An evaluation of ‘English Votes for English Laws’ in the House of Commons

50. Britain’s party members: who they are, what they think, and what they do

51. British–Russian Convention and Ottoman Empire in the Context of Polarization Politics

52. Global Social Fascism: Violence, Law and Twenty-First Century Plunder

53. Journal of Advanced Military Studies: Superpowers

54. Journal of Advanced Military Studies: Gender Integration and the Military

55. Journal of Advanced Military Studies: Training and Education in the Military

56. European Policy after the Poisoning in Britain: Rhetoric or Action?

57. Trump’s Promo?

58. The Clarity Incentive for Issue Engagement in Campaigns

59. Journal of Public and International Affairs 2017

60. What Post-WWII Schoolchildren Learned about the World

61. Federal election in Germany: Continuation of CDU’s dominance at the helm of Europe’s biggest power?

62. Britain After Brexit: A Nation Divided

63. The Manchester Attack: Assessing Threats to Major Events and Soft Targets

64. Britain’s Social Media Woes

65. Brexit, the EU and Strategic Uncertainties: Short, Medium and Long Term Implications for Sub-Saharan Africa

66. Faulty Towers Understanding the impact of overseas corruption on the London property market


68. What’s next after Theresa May’s spectacular own goal?

69. Issues & Insights Vol. 17 - No. 1 - 4th US/UK-Myanmar Nonproliferation Dialogue

70. Making the 'Special Relationship' Great Again?

71. Brexit and the European financial system

72. Making the best of Brexit for the EU27 financial system

73. The US’ special relationships in Europe

74. Perspectives for Researching British Appeasement of Nazi Germany in the Inter-War Years Using the Digitized Newspaper Collections of the British Library

75. Radicalization Among Muslim Minorities and State Response to Terrorism : Comparative Analysis of Britain and Russia

76. Brexit and the Shifting Pillars of NATO

77. A ‘High Iron Railing’: Plans to Implement Partition in the Palestine Mandate and British India

78. Britain and the European Union: Lessons from History

79. Iranian Attitudes in Advance of the Parliamentary Elections: Economics, Politics, and Foreign Affairs

80. The Dispatch (Spring 2016)

81. The Dispatch (Fall 2016)

82. London Property: A top destination for money launderers

83. Spring Cleaning How Unexplained Wealth Orders could have helped address the UK’s role in laundering corrupt wealth from Arab Spring states

84. Brexit: What Happens Next?

85. A EU without the UK: The Geopolitics of a British Exit from the EU

86. Romanian–British Commercial Exchanges at the Lower Danube: The Consular Report of Percy Sanderson on the Year 1883

87. Does Material Hardship Affect Political Preferences? It Depends on the Political Context

88. British Public Opinion and Mass-Elite Relations on EU Enlargement: Implications on the Democratic Deficit Debate

89. Strategic Bombing if Possible, but Possibly not Strategic Bombing: an examination of ends, ways, and means and the use of strategic airpower during the Great War

90. English Identity and Radical Politics

91. The Littoral World

92. Privateers! Their History and Future

93. Embattled Superpowers

94. Friction, Chaos and Order(s): Clausewitz, Boyd and Command Approaches

95. Why a British referendum on EU membership will not solve the Europe question

96. Scholarship and the ship of state: rethinking the Anglo-American strategic decline analogy

97. Stephen Allen. The Chagos Islanders and International Law

98. Michael Fakhri. Sugar and the Making of International Trade Law

99. Military Highly Enriched Uranium and Plutonium Stocks in Acknowledged Nuclear Weapon States

100. Skyjackers, jackals and soldiers: British planning for international terrorist incidents during the 1970s