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Investing for Influence: Report of the LSE Diplomacy Commission

What should be the purpose of British foreign policy?

With the Foreign Office and diplomatic service under budgetary pressure, this report argues the UK should reassess its international role from first principles.

Analysing the international system and UK's strengths, such as its multicultural society, the report sets out a new strategic global role for Britain as an agenda setter and coalition builder. 

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Investing for Influence: Report of the LSE Diplomacy Commission

This report is the result of the LSE Diplomacy Commission, a forum for informed, private and strategic discussion on Britain's place in the world among Commissioners with experience at highest levels of government, embassies, the civil service, the intelligence services, journalism, and academia.

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