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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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August 9, 2016

As the Chinese ambassador questions the delay, would cancelling Hinkley severely damage UK-China economic ties?

Originally published in City A.M.
The UK-China relationship will be hurt by the decision to delay and potentially halt Hinkley Point. The “Golden Era” of bilateral relations will suffer a setback, as China will perceive this decision as a loss of …

Posted in China, Economy, Energy Security, Opinion Editorial, Technology, United Kingdom
August 5, 2016

UK Jews slam peerage for author of probe that played down Labour anti-Semitism

British Jewry’s representative body has castigated the decision by UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to recommend a peerage for the author of a controversial party report into anti-Semitism, calling it “beyond disappointing,” and warning it raises questions about the impartiality …

Posted in News Coverage, United Kingdom
August 1, 2016

Police hail public’s help in fighting terrorism

The public make more than 3,600 contributions to the fight against terror every day, Britain’s most senior counter-terrorism police officer says.
Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley said co-operation between police and the public was the “greatest advantage”.

Dr Alan Mendoza, the founder of …

Posted in CRT News Coverage, ISIS, News Coverage, Terrorism & Security, United Kingdom

Alan Mendoza on BBC News discussing public tip-offs to the police regarding terrorism

Posted in Broadcast Appearances
July 28, 2016

Abdel Malik Petitjean: What we know about second ISIS-inspired priest attacker

As Father Jacques Hamel led a small gathering for mass on Tuesday, Abdel Malik Petitjean stormed the Église St Étienne in the northern town of Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray alongside accomplice Adel Kermiche, holding five people hostage before forcing the church’s priest to …

Posted in France, ISIS, News Coverage, Terrorism & Security
July 25, 2016

How many more deaths? Merkel’s immigration policy savaged after FOURTH killing spree

The German Chancellor has been heavily criticised for being slow to react to the four horror attacks in which 15 people have been killed and scores injured in the last seven days.
The latest attack took place in Ansbach, near Nuremburg, …

Posted in Extremism, Germany, ISIS, News Coverage, Terrorism & Security

As Donald Trump pulls ahead in the presidential race, will 2016 be seen as the high water mark for globalisation?

This article originally appeared on City AM
It is tempting at moments of political dislocation to create order from what appears to be chaos through the creation of a grand theory explaining them. Such theories are usually wrong. Predicting the high …

Posted in Opinion Editorial
July 21, 2016

Author of UK Labour’s controversial anti-Semitism probe mum on peerage

LONDON — The author of a controversial report into anti-Semitism within Britain’s opposition Labour Party, human rights lawyer Shami Chakrabarti, has ducked questions about whether she has been offered a seat by the party in the House of Lords. “You …

Posted in News Coverage, United Kingdom

Alan Mendoza interviews Shami Chakrabarti for J-TV

Posted in Broadcast Appearances
July 20, 2016

Was Shami Chakrabarti offered a Labour peerage before conducting antisemitism inquiry?

Shami Chakrabarti has refused to deny that Jeremy Corbyn offered her a peerage after she led Labour’s inquiry into antisemitism.
Interviewed by a Jewish YouTube channel, Ms Chakrabarti was asked whether she had been offered a seat in the House of …

Posted in News Coverage, United Kingdom
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