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January 2020

Jonathan Hall QC: UK Terrorism Legislation

22 January @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
House of Commons United Kingdom

As the 21st century continues, it becomes ever more apparent that dealing with terrorism and non-state actors is a pressing international question of our times. The recent demise of so-called Islamic State territorially has left a legacy of foreign fighters, their partners and children, many of them attempting to return to the UK, while online radicalisation continues to pull UK citizens into engaging in terroristic activity. This has led among other things to a recent proposal to create a new…

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“America First”: A New Political Movement or Simply a Political Slogan?

27 January @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
House of Commons United Kingdom

President Trump’s “Make America Great Again” election campaign was centered on one basic theme: that for the past 70 years the United States has been taken advantage of by the rest of the world. President Trump won the presidential election promising to protect Americans by changing America’s relationship with the world. As president, Mr. Trump has steadfastly implemented policies that promote a new world order both economically and in traditional military alliances. Will President Trump’s “America First” policies permanently alter America’s relationship with our allies and our role…

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March 2020

Samy Gemayel MP: Lebanon’s Challenges

25 March @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
House of Commons United Kingdom

Lebanon stands at political crossroads. As heightened tensions and border clashes with Israel threaten a repeat of the 2006 conflict, the growing strength of Hezbollah as a state within a state is a source of concern for the security of the wider region. Indeed, Lebanon currently faces a multitude of threats from within and without, as Iran continues to support its ally and the Syrian Civil War draws to its close with a likely Assad victory. The Henry Jackson Society is delighted to…

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