Government sources have revealed that the government is pledging a total rethink on its Foreign Policy as its examines its “outdated international system” to better protect the UK’s interests and values, in a year-long review of post-Brexit foreign and defence policy.
To date the repost has recommended that the incumbent government forge new partnerships as the Uk jux da positions” and refocuses on the Indo-Pacific countries such as India, Japan and Australia. The recommendations also give a green light to an increase in nuclear capability..
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to outline the findings of the Integrated Review of Security, Defence, Development and Foreign Policy, he will say that the government will address “the challenges and opportunities the UK faces in a more competitive world”.
A move with the times the government has had a White House-style situation room built in the Cabinet Office as well as a new counter-terrorism operations centre intended to improve the speed of response to terrorist incidents. Learn More/… Log In | Register
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