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Opinion Editorials
August 28, 2015

Mass immigration will destroy Britain if we don’t act now, blasts DOUGLAS MURRAY

Douglas Murray
Originally published in the Express IT IS now four years since David Cameron promised to reduce immigration into the UK from the hundreds of thousands to “tens of thousands” a year. “No ifs, no buts”, was what the Prime Minister said.  But ...
August 4, 2015
Women's Rights

Forced marriage in the UK? It’s a bigger problem than you think

Emily Dyer
Originally published in the New Statesman Last month, seven British survivors of ‘honour’ abuse and forced marriage spoke out in public about their experiences. They explained how it felt to be abused by those closest to them – their family and ...
July 24, 2015
Terrorism & Security

Al Qaeda Is Not Our Ally!

Robin Simcox
Originally published in The Daily Beast A new argument among jihad analysts has it that the makers of 9/11 are now a handy bulwark against ISIS. Um, no. Enemies becoming friends is seemingly all the rage these days. First Cuba. ThenIran. Now, ...
July 24, 2015
Middle East

Israel in the Eye of the Storm

Tom Wilson
Originally published in The Journal of International Security Affairs In a region convulsed by the turmoil of civil wars, revolutions, and insurgencies, Israel stands out as an island of relative stability, one that has successfully weathered the multiple storms of the ...
July 23, 2015
Religious Fundamentalism

Je Suis Charlie? Even Charlie Hebdo has now surrendered to Islamic extremism

Douglas Murray
Originally published in the Spectator Bad news from the continent. In an interview with the German weekly Stern, Laurent ‘Riss’ Sourisseau, the editor-in-chief of Charlie Hebdo, announced that he would no longer draw cartoons of any historical figure called Mohammed. This ...
July 20, 2015
Iran

There was a credible alternative to the Iran deal. Obama just chose to ignore it

Tom Wilson
Originally published in The Spectator President Obama has accused critics of the recently announced deal with Iran of having no credible alternative. According to Obama, it was this deal or no deal. And then, alleges the president, the options are either ...
July 20, 2015
United Kingdom

David Cameron has given his best speech yet on tackling Islamic extremism

Douglas Murray
Originally published in The Spectator The Prime Minister’s Birmingham speech on radicalisation and Muslim communities in the UK given earlier today is a rather important one. Regular readers will know that I’m not easy to please in this area, but it ...
July 16, 2015

The Truth About Flight MH17

Dr. Andrew Foxall
Originally published in the Wall Street Journal One year ago Friday, Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was destroyed over eastern Ukraine while on a scheduled flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur. All 298 people on board were killed. Overwhelming evidence suggests that the ...
July 15, 2015
Iran

In the long term, building a bomb will be easier for Iran

Tom Wilson
Originally published in the Jewish Chronicle Online This deal could be one of the most calamitous things to have happened in the Middle East for generations. While it slows Iran’s progress to the bomb temporarily, it establishes a deeply flawed system ...
July 14, 2015
Iran

The Iranian regime is anti-Western and anti-Semitic. Can we really trust its nuclear deal?

Douglas Murray
Originally published in The Spectator It is often said that British ambition and influence in the world are on the wane. But there can be few greater demonstrations of this than our country’s lack of attention to one of the biggest ...
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Key Publications
September 1, 2015

A Flawed Deal: An Assessment Of The Iranian Nuclear Agreement

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This latest policy paper by Centre for the New Middle East at the Henry Jackson Society, A Flawed Deal: An Assessment Of The Iranian Nuclear Agreement, undertakes one of the most comprehensive and exhaustive assessments of the Iran agreement to date. The ...
September 1, 2015

After Crimea: Towards a New British Geostrategy for Eastern Europe?

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The United Kingdom, as NATO’s primary European underwriter, must re-assess its defence policy in light of Russia’s annexation of Crimea and the Kremlin’s other destabilising activities along the Alliance’s eastern flank, finds a new report by The Henry Jackson Society. Released ...
August 5, 2015

Death at the Stadium

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This is the tenth in a series of guest publications and translations which The Henry Jackson Society is producing by arrangement with Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty.   This publication was written by Yakov Nesterovich, a Russian commentator and translated by Arch ...
July 17, 2015

Russia’s Abuse of Interpol

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Despite Interpol’s commitment to neutrality and human rights, Russia’s Abuse of Interpol shows the extent to which the Kremlin cynically subverts the purpose of the international police cooperation body by using it as a tool to targetpersecute businessmen and businesswomen, ...
July 15, 2015

Tanks on Parade

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This is the ninth in a series of guest publications and translations which The Henry Jackson Society is producing by arrangement with Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. This publication was written by Vladimir Voronov, a Russian investigative journalist and translated by Arch Tait. The ...