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AP Insights is published by the Ambassador Partnership LLP providing analysis and commentary by its Partners and Associates on developments in international affairs of interest to its clients and friends.
Series of AP Insights for 2016:
#14 – December 2016: A Christmas Letter, looking back at 2016
Dr Peter Collecott CMG and Richard Schiffer – Seasons Greetings!
#13 – December 2016: Rebuilding the Relationship: A Companion Piece to AP Insight #9
Ambassador Tom Pickering – The United States and Russia
#12 – November 2016: US Congress Overrides Presidential Veto of ‘9/11 Bill’
Sir William Patey KCMG – JASTA and the Threat to Sovereign Immunity
#11 – November 2016: At Home and Abroad – How will Trump proceed?
Ambassador (ret.) Robert E. Hunter – What Now for American Foreign Policy?
#10 – October 2016: US Elections: Demand for Political Change
Dan Glickman – A Bipartisan View
#9 – October 2016: Understanding Relations between Russia and the West
Ambassador Sergey Batsanov – Time to return to the Spirit of Reykjavik (1986)
#8 – September 2016: The Unfolding Syrian Conflict
Peter Jenkins CMG, Ambassador Sergey Batsanov and James Watt CVO – No End to Syria’s Agony in Sight?
#7 – September 2016: Argentina’s Bright New Business Agenda
Jorge Stok Capella & Marcelo Colombo Murua – Argentina Re-Open for Business
#6 – September 2016: Refocusing on Turkey
Sir Stewart Eldon KCMG OBE – Turkey: A Strategic Appreciation
#5 – July 2016: Britain post EU Referendum
#4 – July 2016: Reflections on the Chilcot Report
Sir William Patey KCMG – Chilcot Report
#3 – July 2016: British Foreign Policy Beyond Brexit
James Watt CVO – British Foreign Policy after Brexit
#2 – June 2016: ‘Brexit’
Dr Peter Collecott CMG – A successful, and just, UK means staying in the EU
Charles Crawford CMG – A Leave vote will open new strategic options for the UK and Europe
#1 – April 2016: Iran
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