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The Maps are Too Small: Geography, Strategy and the National Interest

Dr Patrick Porter challenges some of the central underlying concepts of ‘the national interest’ that have underpinned UK foreign policy in recent years.

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The Maps are Too Small: Geography, Strategy and the National Interest

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地图如此之小:地理、战略与国家利益

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In this, the second of our series of articles on international security issues selected for our Strategic Communication project, Dr Patrick Porter challenges some of the central underlying concepts of ‘the national interest’ that have underpinned UK foreign policy in recent years.

UK-China Strategic Communication Initiative

This initiative is designed to promote a richer dialogue between the policy and academic communities of the UK and China on foreign and security issues.

Published 27 February 2012