From his interview in the FT about Britain's place in the world:
Q: Global hub is your phrase, what do you mean by that?
A: Well, it is now I suppose. I hadn’t written that down as my top line, but I think that is an important way of thinking about it. And the big message that I think comes through is this. If, for the sake of argument, you say it’s right that successful countries in the 21st century will need to be open but with a sense of community; empowering people without becoming anarchic and globally linked. And if for the sake of argument you say that the nature of the global link has to be first to be able to play a big role in building a safer and better world, and on the other hand, leveraging the ideas, the markets, the assets of the world to build a better country. Say for the sake of argument, that those two sets of propositions are correct, you then yield a proposition, that foreign policy has to be both outward facing, playing a global role, but also drawing the world in and making the most of the world’s markets and ideas and cultures for your own country.
He also talks about Iran, Hamas and more. Full transcript of is here.