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On Britannia - Issue #37

On Britannia
Good morning from all of us here at the Council on Geostrategy, we hope your week has been great thus far. Here is what we have today.

Leading the Agenda
The United Kingdom has said they blame the Chinese government for continual hacking.
The United Kingdom, along with other countries of similar ideals, blame the Chinese government for supporting the hackers who gained access to computer networks which affected over 250,000 servers internationally.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab speaks out against the Lukashenko regime.
Independent media and supporters of human rights in Belarus were arrested. Raab says “the UK stands with the people of Belarus”.
The UK on 19 July published a new plan to trade with lower income countries.
This plan is to hopefully support job and growth internationally, as well as help the UK as well. This plan will include 70 countries and make trading with the UK simpler.
Under the Radar
News from the World: America had its first airstrike in Somalia since Biden took office.
News from Parliament: Yesterday Parliament published our written submission on Space Defence.
News from the Think Tank World: On 26 July Chatham house is holding an event discussing security in South Korea as North Korea becomes a more evident nuclear challenge.
News from the Council on Geostrategy: We just released a podcast with Mark Galeotti and James Rogers discussing conflict in the Black Sea.
Over and Out
That is all from us today, we hope you all have a wonderful end of the week and do your best to stay cool.
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