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The Henry Jackson Society: Project for Democratic Geopolitics is a cross-partisan, British-based think-tank. Its founders and supporters are united by a common interest in fostering a strong British and European commitment towards freedom, liberty, constitutional democracy, human rights, governmental and institutional reform and a robust foreign, security and defence policy and transatlantic alliance.

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Foggy Bottom Farce – Analysis

02 Dec 2012 in Analysis

The President should announce his intention to nominate Susan Rice as the next Secretary of State, or move on. By Timothy Stafford It is abundantly clear that Dr. Susan Rice is the President’s first choice…

From Rhetoric To Target: The Islamic State Of Iraq – Analysis

07 Jul 2012 in Analysis

By Robin Simcox In June 2012, terrorist attacks in Iraq led to at least 237 deaths. This included a series of co-ordinated bomb attacks across Iraq on 13 June, which killed 75 and injured 300….

Kofi Annan’s ‘Last Chance’ Syria Plan Is Going To End In Humiliation And Bloodshed – OpEd

12 Apr 2012 in Opinion

By Michael Weiss Six a.m., April the 12th – this Thursday – is the deadline that Kofi Annan has given for a full cessation of all violence in Syria. That would make 6:15am a fine time for him…

Why We Still Need TPIMs – OpEd

05 Apr 2012 in Opinion

By Robin Simcox Whether the criminal justice system can sufficiently safeguard public safety is at the heart of the debate over the Western response to international terrorism. The debate is currently playing itself out in…

Palestinian Unity ‘Frozen’, Again – OpEd

30 Mar 2012 in Opinion

By Houriya Ahmed A month after Fatah and Hamas chiefs signed a reconciliation deal–after almost ten months in negotiations–is it any surprise that the deal has broken down? In an interview with the Ma’an News…