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24 Nov 2022

The Muslim Brotherhood vies for influence in the UK and the EU

Islamic radicalism has gained new grounds of late, calling to its ideology new hearts and minds – more often than not within the youth, playing disenfranchisement and identity politics to indoctrinate new demographics, and thus consolidate its thinkers’ bases not only in the UK, but across the EU. Centre-staged to this movement sits the Muslim … Continued

17 Nov 2022

Chechen freedom is forged on the Ukrainian front

The Russia regime is not its own beast but a parasite that can only exist on the suffering of those it chooses to designate and enemy in the hope of an easy victory that would bolster the domestic chauvinistic fervour that allows people to overlook the utter destitution of the country led by unashamed kleptocrats. … Continued

16 Nov 2022

Actions speak louder than words

Taking to Twitter yesterday US Vice-President Kamala Harris was keen to boast her unwavering support for Iranians by announcing that the United States would seek “to remove Iran from the UN Commission on the Status of Women.” She then added, “Given Iran’s brutal crackdown on women and girls protesting peacefully for their rights, Iran is … Continued

11 Nov 2022

Justice for MH17

On November 17th, the Netherlands district court will announce the verdict on 4 individuals standing accused for their involvement in the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 over Russian separatist-held territory of Ukraine on 17 July 2014.  All 298 passengers and crew on board, including 10 UK nationals died as the result of the downing. … Continued

22 Oct 2022

Putin’s speech to Russia’s desperate security council

Putin has put Russia on a war footing by setting up to reform the economy for military needs. His announcement of Martial Law in the occupied regions of Ukraine has hit the headlines, but little attention is paid to the economic and administrative aspect of the speech that offers a glimpse of his plans. Martial … Continued

19 Oct 2022

The Chinese Communist’s corrupt Congress

Although Chinese President Xi Jinping warned millions of the “dangerous storms” facing China at the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) 20th National Congress, the most threatening turmoil lies within its borders. The CCP has shifted its emphasis from “reform” to “security” following Xi’s perceived threats from the outside world. Xi hailed the CCP victorious Hong Kong, … Continued

03 Oct 2022

The ill-fated trajectory of Putin’s war against Ukraine

Since becoming president, Putin has been unable to shake off the legacy of the Soviet era, propagating the same philosophy in his circle and the state. Indeed, many a Russian born in the Soviet Union is subconsciously guided by the perception of actions in the public eye. Engaging in ever more morally reprehensible activities, the … Continued

28 Sep 2022

Islamic Republic calls for Terror outfits to lend hand in cracking down Revolution

Iran’s Revolution turned global this week, with shocking scenes of violence hitting the streets of Paris and London. While acts of aggression against police officers as they performed their duty remains inexcusable, Iranians’ rage against the regime’s diplomatic outposts, is real and tangible. Since its inception in 1979 the Islamic Republic, under first Ayatollah Ruhollah … Continued

23 Sep 2022

Is this the End-Game for Putin?

Fighting with an expeditionary force, the Russian colonial war against Ukraine, itself engaged in an existential total-war, was never going to be victorious. Putin, having finally realised the calamitous situation in which he finds himself, has gone all in. Ordering a mobilisation and threatened that nuclear strikes are “no bluff”, the Russian president is set … Continued

07 Sep 2022

Welcoming Alexander Downer to the HJS

The Henry Jackson Society was delighted to start the week by welcoming Alexander Downer, former leader of the Liberal Party of Australia, the longest serving Australian Minister of Foreign Affairs, 1996 – 2007, and High Commissioner to the United Kingdom from 2014 to 2018. Mr Downer discussed his report, commissioned by the then Home Secretary, … Continued

29 Apr 2022

British Academic Banned from Russia under new Sanctions List

The Russia research fellow at a prominent British think tank has been banned from entering Russia, as part of a new round of sanctions. Professor Taras Kuzio, 64, was born and still lives in Yorkshire. He is an Associate Research Fellow at the Henry Jackson Society.  His research focuses on Russian aggression towards Ukraine and … Continued

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