Admiral Alain Coldefy, former General Inspector of the French Armed Forces, argues that Trump will likely approach foreign and security policy in a far more pragmatic way than his rhetoric suggests, and that France need not worry too much.
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Joseph Dobbs, a Research Fellow at the ELN, argues that France is the most important bilateral relationship for the UK in a post-Brexit Europe and makes seven recommendations on how London and Paris can cooperate to protect European security.
Paul Quilès and Bernard Norlain argue that France and the United Kingdom must participate in negotiations to establish a treaty prohibiting nuclear weapons.
Following a meeting of British and French politicians, military leaders and diplomats hosted by the ELN in London, Professor Emmanuel Dupuy offers his thoughts on the future of UK-France defence cooperation.
The UK-France Leadership Group brings together British and French political, diplomatic and military leaders to discuss the bilateral relationship and ways in which London and Paris can cooperate to further European and global security.
Bruno Tertrais outlines France’s role and challenges in the current crisis in Ukraine.