HJS Blog

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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