Tom Wilson is a Fellow at the Centre for the Response to Radicalisation and Terrorism and the Centre for the New Middle East at The Henry Jackson Society.
Tom specialises in the study of extremist groups and counter-terrorism strategy. His research has focussed on both the growth of extremism in the UK as well as terrorist organisations in the Middle East.
He regularly appears in broadcast media, including BBC, Sky and CNN, offering his analysis on the issues of extremism and terrorism, and has been published in The Wall Street Journal, the Telegraph, the Spectator, Commentary Magazine, Standpoint, and other outlets.
Prior to joining The Henry Jackson Society, he worked as a Tikvah Fellow at Commentary Magazine, where he wrote about political extremism and terrorism in Europe and the Middle East.
Tom attended Royal Holloway University and UCL, where he obtained a BA and an MA in Modern History.
Media Experience: BBC, Sky, ITV, CNN, CNBC, France 24, Al Jazeera
Expertise: Domestic Counter-Extremism, International Terrorism, Islamist movements, and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.