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Tech and the future of UK foreign policy

Inquiry

This inquiry will focus on how the FCDO should be supporting the UK’s response to the opportunities and challenges presented by new and emerging technologies, including through new forms of diplomatic engagement and building globally shared understandings of standards, rules and norms for the responsible development and use of new technologies.

 

Read the call for evidence for more details about the inquiry

Reports, special reports and government responses

No reports or special reports published.

Oral evidence transcripts

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7 September 2021
Inquiry Tech and the future of UK foreign policy
Witnesses Martijn Rasser (Director, Technology and National Security Program at Center for a New American Security (CNAS)), and Ulrike Franke (Senior Policy Fellow at European Council on Foreign Relations)
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
7 September 2021
Inquiry Tech and the future of UK foreign policy
Witnesses Anne-Marie Engtoft Larsen (Tech Ambassador at Ministry of Foreign Affairs Denmark), and Tobias Feakin (Ambassador for Cyber Affairs and Critical Technology at Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade)
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
29 June 2021
Inquiry Tech and the future of UK foreign policy
Witnesses Toomas Ilves (Former President of Estonia), Ashish Jaiman (Director of Technology Operations at Microsoft), and Hugh Milward (General Manager, Corporate, External and Legal Affairs at Microsoft)
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
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Witnesses Reprieve
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
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Witnesses BBC World Service
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
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Witnesses RAND Europe
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Written Evidence

Contact us

  • Email: fac@parliament.uk
  • Phone: 020 7219 6106 (General Enquiries) | 020 7219 8878 (Media Enquiries)
  • Address: Foreign Affairs Committee | House of Commons | London | SW1A 0AA