Major (Ret.) Andrew Fox Joins the Henry Jackson Society as New Research Fellow

The Henry Jackson Society is delighted to announce the appointment of Major (Ret.) Andrew Fox as our new Research Fellow. Andrew joins us following a commendable and distinguished career in the British Army, where his service from 2005 to 2021 included three tours in Afghanistan, notably one with the US Army Special Forces. He served in the Parachute Regiment and the Special Forces Support Group, with additional tours in Bosnia, the Middle East, and Northern Ireland. He retired with the rank of Major.

After his active service, Andrew transitioned to academia, serving as a senior lecturer in the War Studies and Behavioural Science departments at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. His academic credentials are equally impressive, holding degrees in Law & Politics, Modern War Studies, and Psychology. His areas of expertise include Defence, the Middle East, and disinformation where he offers commentary and analysis in the media.

Andrew’s extensive experience and profound knowledge have established him as a recognised authority in his field. He is a frequent commentator on defence and foreign policy issues across various media platforms, including the New York Post, the Telegraph and Spiked. Furthermore, he has cultivated a substantial following on his digital platforms, particularly on including X (formerly Twitter) and Substack, where he provides in-depth analysis on disinformation, defence, and security events as they unfold. He has taken a particularly strong stance on the Israel-Hamas war, arguing from a military perspective that the international hostility directed at how Israeli forces in Gaza have operated is entirely unwarranted.

We are confident that Andrew’s wealth of experience and expertise will be a tremendous asset to our research programme. His insights and leadership will be invaluable as HJS continue to navigate and address the complex challenges facing the world today.


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