November 17, 2014
Banking Restrictions on Extremism-Linked Muslim Groups
As part of our ongoing examination of factors enabling extremists’ abuse of civic space, HJS’ Centre for the Response to Radicalisation and Terrorism published a briefing titled: Banking Restrictions on Extremism-Linked Muslim Groups. The briefing investigates charities and groups to ...
November 5, 2014
The Iranian Nuclear Programme: Practical Parameters for a Credible Long-Term Agreement
The Iranian Nuclear Programme: Practical Parameters for a Credible Long-Term Agreement, comes just two weeks before the interim agreement with Iran is set to expire. This timely publication provides a comprehensive yet easily-accessible examination of the underlying technical requirements for ...
October 13, 2014
‘Demilitarising Gaza: Principles, Pitfalls and Implementation’
In line with seeking to further the debate around practical steps towards a two-state solution, The Henry Jackson Society’s latest policy paper addresses the fallout from the recent fighting in Gaza. The British Prime Minister and Leader of the Opposition have ...
October 9, 2014
Unilateralism Is No Path to Peace
In advance of Monday’s parliamentary debate on recognising Palestinian statehood, a new briefing by The Henry Jackson Society, Unilateralism Is No Path to Peace, makes plain that lasting peace can only be achieved through bilateral negotiations between the parties.
Highlighting the ...
September 25, 2014
Terrorism & Security
Disrupting Extremists: More Effective Use of Existing Legislation
In raids across London, a total of nine men – including hate preacher Anjem Choudhury – have been arrested by the Metropolitan Police on suspicion of being members of a proscribed organisation, presumed to be al-Muhajiroun. In its first public release, ...