Foreign Policy (FPWG)
Our working group aims to analyse foreign policy-making, from individual and group decisions and policy processes within states to how foreign policies are received externally and forged in multilateral forums. We bring together a wide variety of people ranging from academics and diplomats to journalists and politicians. We welcome all approaches that help to examine foreign policy, especially (but not exclusively) British foreign policy. Whilst we welcome collaborative projects, if you're working on the US you should see the US foreign policy working group as your first port of call.
News and analysis
FPWG Event Report: Social Movements and Policy Outcomes: How right-wing grassroots groups influence foreign policy
What does the withdrawal from Afghanistan mean for peacebuilding, multilateral institutions and the region?
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