Britain and the World

Series Editor: Tim Oliver

Tim Oliver is Senior Lecturer in the Institute for Diplomacy and International Governance at Loughborough University London. He has been a Jean Monnet Fellow at the European University Institute, Florence and an Associate of LSE IDEAS, the London School of Economics' foreign policy think tank. He has taught at the London School of Economics and University College London, been a researcher at institutions in Berlin and Washington, DC, and has worked at the House of Lords and the European Parliament. He is the author of Understanding Brexit: A Concise Introduction (2018).

Series Description

Britain’s role and place in the world is changing. Brexit, the rise of China, Russian aggression, Trump, doubts about the global trading system, and questions about the future of the EU and NATO all pose threats, opportunities and challenges to a country still struggling to find a role in the world. For many, Brexit is the apotheosis of this struggle. Now, questions abound about Britain’s future global role, the kind of power and influence it will wield, where its allies and enemies may lie, and the way the rest of the world will shape Britain as a country are among the most pressing issues for diplomats, politicians, policy makers, business people and the public alike.

This timely, multidisciplinary series of research-based books by established and emerging scholars sets out to explore all aspects of the UK’s international standing. Beyond the traditional questions of the UK’s foreign, security and defence policies, it publishes titles on all aspects of the UK’s relations with the world and how that world is shaping the UK.

The series therefore welcomes submissions from international relations, foreign policy analysis, politics, international history, comparative politics, international political economy, sociology, economics, trade, law, and development studies.

The series publishes research monographs, edited collections and graduate textbooks of relevance to established and emerging academics, policy analysts and decision makers, and students.

For further details, or to discuss submitting a proposal, please contact the series editor T.L.Oliver@lboro.ac.uk.