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Alan Mendoza

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Alan Mendoza

Alan Mendoza is a Founder and Executive Director of the Henry Jackson Society.

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July 21, 2016

Alan Mendoza interviews Shami Chakrabarti for J-TV

Posted in Broadcast Appearances
July 15, 2016

Islamic terrorism – how can the West defeat it?

Since 9/11 and the war in Afghanistan, the US and Europe have been forced to address growing instability in the Middle East which has spilled over into random acts of evil against Western cities.
Asymmetric warfare – of the type waged …

Posted in France, ISIS, News Coverage, Terrorism & Security

Truck attack in Nice reflects ‘new normal’ for Europe

(Reuters) – European leaders and security chiefs have a sobering message after the Bastille Day killings in Nice: such lone attacks using ordinary vehicles are nearly impossible to prevent and can be carried out by almost anyone.
“We have moved into …

Posted in France, ISIS, News Coverage, Terrorism & Security

Nice terror attack: Europe ‘faces summer of copycat attacks’

Europe faces Isil-inspired copycat attacks after the Nice rampage, terrorism analysts have warned, as millions of holidaymakers prepare to head for the Continent.
The high death toll from the ram raid terrorist attack which killed at least 84 people during Bastille …

Posted in Europe, Extremism, France, ISIS, News Coverage, Terrorism & Security

It is easy to say there’s nothing we can do to prevent lone-wolf attacks. It is also wrong

Originally published by The Spectator
For the third time in the last 18 months – twice in Paris and now in Nice – France has been left reeling from the effects of a mass casualty terrorist attack on its soil. With …

Posted in Islamism, Opinion Editorial, Terrorism & Security
July 12, 2016

International court backs Philippines in South China Sea dispute

A United Nations tribunal today ruled in favour of the Philippines, in a case it bought against Chinese claims to maritime rights in the South China Sea.
Beijing had ramped up its rhetoric ahead of the decision, with president Xi Jinping …

Posted in China, News Coverage
July 6, 2016

Iraq war casts long shadow over UK foreign policy

Britain’s war in Iraq, to be examined in a major report due out Wednesday, instilled a deep sense of distrust towards military intervention that still casts a shadow over foreign policy, analysts say.
The decision to join the US-led invasion in …

Posted in Iraq, Middle East, News Coverage, War in Iraq
June 21, 2016

Top historians take down Ken Livingstone’s claim that ‘Hitler supported Zionism’

LONDON — The former mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, has again refused to apologize for his remarks about Hitler and Zionism, insisting he was “misquoted” after a radio show in the UK in April.
But Livingstone, in an hour-long interview late …

Posted in News Coverage
November 4, 2015

As the Foreign Affairs Committee warns against air strikes, would UK military action in Syria simply be irrelevant?

Originally Published in City Am
Professor Michael Kerr, the director of the Middle East & Mediterranean studies programme and the Centre for the Study of Divided Societies at King’s, says Yes
There is no obvious benefit to UK military intervention at …

Posted in Defence, Middle East, Opinion Editorial, Syria, Terrorism & Security, United Kingdom
October 16, 2015

Dr. Alan Mendoza debates UK foreign policy on Sky News

Posted in Broadcast Appearances, Global, Media, Media Centre, Terrorism & Security, United Kingdom
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