Author: George Grant
As the 30th Anniversary of the 1982 conflict between Britain and Argentina approaches, the Falklands dispute is yet again making … Continued
Amidst the seemingly endless conflict that continues to define Afghanistan, both in actuality and in the eyes of the world, … Continued
The EU’s proposed embargo on Iranian oil exports represents a significant development in the effort to curb Tehran’s nuclear intentions. … Continued
HJS Research Fellow George Grant gives an assessment of democracy in Libya beyond Gaddafi, and its implications for British foreign policy.
Somewhere from within the crowd, the little boy cried out: “The Emperor has no clothes!” At first, nobody quite knew … Continued
The capture and death of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi on 20th October is an unquestionably critical, if not conclusive, development in … Continued
Anyone harbouring doubts about the sheer ghastliness of the Gaddafi regime should have had a rude awakening in the last … Continued