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Policy FAQs


Q:  What is British Foreign Policy towards Burma?
A:  See the Burma Country Profile.

Q:  What is British Foreign Policy towards Middle East?
A:  See Middle East Peace Process.

Q:  What is British foreign policy towards Iraq?
A:  See the information on Relations with Iraq.

Q:  What is Britain's relationship with the European Union?
A:  See Britain and the European Union.

Q:  Where can I find out more about the Commonwealth?
A:  - Official Commonwealth website
- The Commonwealth Institute - a pan-Commonwealth agency based in London, promotes and celebrates the modern Commonwealth through programmes in education, business, arts & culture and public affairs.
- Commonwealth area of the Foreign Office website

Q:  Where can I find out more about the countries that make up the UK?
A:  The UK is made up of the countries of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Its full name is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Great Britain, on the other hand, comprises only England, Scotland and Wales. It is the largest island of the British Isles. Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic form the second largest island. The Isle of Man and the Channel Islands are not part of the UK. They are largely self-governing with their own legislative assemblies and systems of law. The British Government, however, is responsible for their defence and international relations.
Please also visit the relevant office websites:
Scottish Executive
National Assembly for Wales
Northern Ireland Office
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