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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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April 24, 2014

Dr. Alan Mendoza appears on CNBC to discuss Ukraine

On the 17th April, Dr. Alan Mendoza – Executive Director of the Henry Jackson Society – appeared on CNBC to discuss the ongoing instability in eastern Ukraine. Dr. Mendoza’s full contribution is available to watch below:

Posted in Broadcast Appearances
April 17, 2014

Dr. Alan Mendoza appears on BBC News to comment on the recent truce agreement in Ukraine

Originally broadcast on BBC News
On the 17th April, Dr. Alan Mendoza – Executive Director of the Henry Jackson Society – appeared on BBC News to comment on the truce agreement reached in Geneva between Russia, the United States, the European …

Posted in Broadcast Appearances
March 5, 2014

Dr Alan Mendoza joins guests on BBC Radio 4 to debate intervention and Ukraine

Speaking on BBC Radio 4′s ‘Moral Maze’ last evening, Dr. Alan Mendoza, Director of The Henry Jackson Society, laid out the case for global interventionism. Speaking particularly about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine’s Crimea region, he called for Western powers to …

Posted in Broadcast Appearances, Spotlight
January 14, 2014

Executive Director Alan Mendoza on borders around the world – BBC Free Thinking

Appearing on BBC Radio 3′s programme Free Thinking, Alan Mendoza joined other guests to share his thoughts on the phenomenon of barrier-building across modern borders.
Listen to the programme here
Alan Mendoza is the Executive Director at The Henry Jackson Society

Posted in Broadcast Appearances
November 25, 2013

Iran Deal “Flawed” and Could Lead to “Nuclear Blackmail” say Henry Jackson Society Experts

Experts from The Henry Jackson Society have warned that today’s P5+1 nuclear deal with Iran is heavily stacked in Iran’s favour, with tangible concessions being granted by the international community in exchange for nothing more than a temporary nuclear freeze.
Under …

Posted in News Release, Spotlight
September 30, 2013

Crucial Nato summit will be held in UK for the first time in 24 years as 87,000 soldiers leave Afghanistan

Published by The Daily Mail.
The UK will host a crucial Nato summit next year for the first time since 1990, when Margaret Thatcher was in power.
David Cameron will invite leaders of the 28 North Atlantic Treaty Organisation countries to London …

Posted in News Coverage
September 6, 2013

As the US moves towards its crucial vote on Syria, are military strikes the right option?

Published by City AM.
The United States’s vote on potential military action in Syria could have a disastrous effect on America’s standing in the Middle East if Congress fails to approve intervention. President Obama must persuade Congress that the use of …

Posted in News Coverage
September 3, 2013

Vote against Syrian action makes us ‘a third rate nation’ says Lord Ashdown

Published by the Daily Express.
Former Lib Dem leader Lord Ashdown, an ex-Special Forces soldier and former envoy to Bosnia, accused the MPs who voted against action of smashing Britain’s relationship with the US.
He lamented on Twitter: “In 50 years trying …

Posted in News Coverage

Syria crisis: Vote raises questions about Britain’s credibility as a global big-hitter

Published by The Independent.
The toughest job in Washington belongs to President Obama, seemingly obliged to embark on yet another military intervention in the Middle East, but this time without America’s most faithful ally. The second most uncomfortable moment today may …

Posted in News Coverage

In the aftermath of the Syria vote, what should David Cameron do next?

Published by Conservative Home.
Douglas Carswell, MP for Harwich and Clacton: So much for the idea that Britain’s “special relationship” with America is dead.  The United States Congress will now follow Parliament in having a decisive say over military strikes in Syria.
As for …

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