January 3, 2018
Ballot rigging, bribery, beatings and elimination
As the 2018 Russian Presidential elections approach, the Putin regime may resort to time honored techniques for dealing with unwelcome candidates, observers and members of electoral commissions.
There were numerous reports of massive irregularities in the preliminary voting (“primaries”) to select ...
December 13, 2017
What the European Union owes the United Kingdom
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A policy briefing by The Henry Jackson Society – What the European Union owes the United Kingdom – highlights how European defence is substantially dependent upon the United Kingdom’s financial contributions.
Countries on the European mainland ...
December 12, 2017
Butting Away at the State
On 2 November 2016, the court in Vologda sentenced Yevgeny Domozhirov to 40 hours compulsory labour. The National Electoral Commission declined even to consider the candidacy of Lyudmila Kuzmina for appointment to the Electoral Commission of Samara province. Local developers ...
November 30, 2017
Qatar and the Gulf Crisis
A new report by the Henry Jackson Society – Qatar and the Gulf Crisis – examines the charges made against the Qatari government by other Gulf states and questions whether the small nation is engaged in power politics and bolstering ...
November 28, 2017
Global Britain and the Future of the British Armed Forces
A new policy paper by the Henry Jackson Society – “Global Britain and the Future of the British Armed Forces” – finds that in order for Britain to position itself as a truly ‘Global’ nation and as uncertainty intensifies across ...