Liz Truss and the Gulf states: Deepening Britain’s ties

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On 6 September, Liz Truss became the 15th British Prime Minister appointed by the late Queen Elizabeth II. With the UK facing an economic crisis, Truss will likely be devoting most of her attention to domestic issues such as soaring energy bills, union-backed strikes, and debates over tax policy. Nonetheless, countries worldwide are considering how the Truss administration will lead the UK’s foreign policy. Known as a hawk who intends to increase Britain’s defence spending, Truss sees China as a grave threat to the UK and she will probably increase her country’s steadfast support for Ukraine a…

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