In March, the United Kingdom (UK) published the Integrated Review – entitled ‘Global Britain in a competitive age’ – setting the tone and course for British strategic policy for the next decade. Britain’s World has covered the publication of the review from a range of perspectives, including the Euro-Atlantic, Indo-Pacific, and Polar dimensions. Today we have assembled four ‘foreign’ perspectives, from the Americas, Europe and the Indo-Pacific regions. These countries – Chile, India, Lithuania and the United States (US) – are close UK allies and partners. Their perspectives matter to British interests in the South Atlantic and Antarctic, the eastern flank of Europe, the Indo-Pacific and, in the US case, globally.