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The Trump administration’s quest to curb relationships between its allies in the Middle East and China offers a preview of how big power rivalry in the region is likely to unfold. It also suggests the limits on the United States’ ability to reduce its commitment to regional security.
Professor Chris Grey’s latest analysis on calls for extension, analysis of why business hasn’t had more influence, and how extension isn’t Remain’s last stand but Leave’s first post-Brexit challenge.
Tensions have emerged before over US-UK intelligence sharing, but the Johnson government’s decision over Huawei is different.
What’s increasingly clear is that Trump’s America expects Brexit Britain to be properly subservient, Rashmee Roshan Lall writes.
Mike Butcher explains in a brilliant thread why countries like the UK are making a conscious trade-off between security and prosperity.