Monthly Archives: March 2011

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March 31, 2011

The Welcome Return Of Interventionism

Executive summary:
• The international operation in Libya is evidence of a welcome return of an interventionist foreign policy in Britain and Europe. Britain, France, the United States and other allies rightly stepped in to stop Gaddafi from massacring and crushing …

Posted in Libya, Opinion Editorial

Britain’s Tied Hands

Executive Summary:
• The Prime Minister’s suggestion of a no-fly zone over Libya marks a welcome shift towards a more robust and interventionist foreign policy based on ‘muscular liberalism’ and standing up for democracy. However, this shift comes at the same …

Posted in Opinion Editorial
March 30, 2011

Only Revolutions

Show me someone who claims to have confidently predicted the wave of pro-democracy revolutions spreading so infectiously across North Africa and the Middle East, and I will show you a liar. The cross-country contagion of these revolutions surprised many and …

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Iran and the Changing Middle East

By kind invitation of Patrick Mercer OBE MP, the Henry Jackson Society was pleased to host a discussion with Professor David Menashri, Director of the Center for Iranian Studies and Dean of Special Programs, Tel Aviv University.  Professor Menashri is …

Posted in Event, Iran, Middle East
March 29, 2011

Audio:Assessing Russia: Politics, Human Rights and UK Interests – A Panel Debate

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Audio: The Middle East Revolutions – Between the Prospect of Democracy and the Perils of Instability

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The International Criminal Court and the Future of Autocracy

A fortnight before the imposition of the no-fly zone the Security Council passed resolution 1970 imposing sanctions on the Gaddaffi regime fighting to hold on to power in Libya. In so far as the media deluge of reports about Gaddaffi’s …

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Assessing Russia: Politics, Human Rights and UK Interests – A Panel Debate

By kind invitation of Chris Bryant MP, The Henry Jackson Society was pleased to host a discussion exploring these realities and their implications from a variety of angles – geo-politics, human rights, economics and business and not least UK interests …

Posted in Democracy & Development, Economy, Event, Human Rights, RSC Event, Russia, Russia Studies Centre, United Kingdom

The Middle East Revolutions – Between the Prospect of Democracy and the Perils of Instability

By kind invitation of David Amess MP, the Henry Jackson Society was pleased to host a discussion with Dr Shmuel Bar, Director of Studies, Institute of Policy and Strategy, Herzliya. A distinguished professor and former policymaker, Dr Bar employed his …

Posted in Democracy & Development, Event, Middle East
March 28, 2011

Audio: APPG Event: External Policies in Europe: The Energy Dimension

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