Comment We aren’t living in a post-reality world by David Hannay | 28.11.2016 Even if Brexit and Trump’s victory suggest we live in a “post-truth” world, Leave campaigners are foolish to ignore inconvenient truths. Comment Can we stop UK’s power being diminished by Brexit? by David Hannay | 28.09.2016 There’s a big risk that both Britain’s and the EU’s foreign policy will decline. We’ll both need to work doubly hard to stop that. Comment UK faces uphill battle to retain foreign policy relevance by David Hannay | 15.08.2016 Merely saying we have seats at the UN, G20, G8 etc isn’t enough. Belonging to these clubs won’t matter if others pay us little attention. Boris wrong to claim Brexit won’t affect our European leadershi... by Jack Schickler | 19.07.2016 Foreign Secretary’s insistence that leaving will not “in any way” harm foreign policy cooperation with EU nations is at odds with reality 10 questions Leave campaigners haven’t answered by Jack Schickler | 13.06.2016 Voters haven’t been told what Brexit involves for migration, public spending, trade, crime, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Comment Kasparov: Why Brexit would be perfect gift for Putin by Garry Kasparov | 13.05.2016 Russian dictator sees Europe as his main enemy. Brexit would play into his game of divide and rule. Comment A little history is a dangerous thing by David Hannay | 11.05.2016 Boris does the EU wrong by misreading its role in Bosnia and Ukraine. Comment 3 reasons Trump would be bad for post-Brexit Britain by Hugo Dixon | 06.05.2016 Trump has backed Brexit. But if we quit the EU and he becomes US president, we will be vulnerable to a protectionist, anti-NATO bully. Comment The US, Britain and the EU: who cares? by Ian Bond | 21.04.2016 When Obama speaks out against Brexit, he will be protecting America’s interests. That does not mean that he is wrong. Comment Voting Leave = Losing control by Hugo Dixon | 15.04.2016 Out camp calls itself Vote Leave Take Control. But in battling terrorism and Putin or fighting for industry, quitting means less control. Comment Brexiteers don’t understand connections in foreign policy by David Hannay | 26.03.2016 They think UK external relations can be fitted into tight boxes, none of which affect each other. They’re wrong. No march towards EU army by Jack Schickler | 16.03.2016 Despite eurosceptic fears, the EU cannot make us cede military sovereignty. EU defence is limited, with a UK veto.