About the at-large
The at-large is the Royal Institute’s platform for dialogue that provides the ideas and opinions of our analysts on foreign policy and action abroad and, indeed, on overall projection and international relations in general. The content of this blog is also linked to the Institute’s research, publications and activities and its participation in global networks with other think tanks. Authors and readers, fully identified as such, will be part of a community of users whose interaction and dialogue are moderated by community standards, participation guidelines and commentary policy.
How does the community interact?
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About the at-large
The at-large is a private entity, independent of both the Public Administration and the companies that provide most of its funding. Its results are intended to be useful to decision-makers, both public and private, active on the international scene. Its work should also promote knowledge of strategic scenarios where the country’s interests are at stake.