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No easy choices for UK in latest strategic review

11th March 2020 - 15:00 GMT | by The Clarence in London

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With the first phase of Brexit completed, the UK now faces strategic choices about the role it wishes to play in the world, and the means by which it delivers this.

In this context, the government has launched its long-awaited defence and security review, which will focus on the strategic choices for defence and foreign policy over the next five years.

The review adopts an integrated approach and it extends beyond the MoD, taking a hard-nosed look at all aspects of defence and international security policy, including the work of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO), the aid budget, the

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