August 13, 2014

British Foreign Policy Is Dead

Dan Hodges, Daily Telegraph

The Associated Press

Yesterday, British foreign policy died. The concept of constructing a structured, strategic method of engaging with our global partners and allies (and even our potential enemies) – one that has existed in its modern incarnation since the formal establishment of the Foreign Office in 1782 – was formally suspended.

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