It is in the UK's best interests not only to remain in the EU but to treat Europe as the ‘inner circle’ of its foreign, security and international economic policy, argues Robin Niblett, director of Chatham House, in a new paper.
“For a mid-sized country like the UK, being a major player in a strong regional institution can offer a critical lever for international influence. In the UK’s case, this means choosing to be a leading player in the world’s principal civilian power, the European Union,”...
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