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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.


Articles by The Henry Jackson Society :

Foggy Bottom Farce – Analysis

The President should announce his intention to nominate Susan Rice as the next Secretary of State, or move on. By

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

By Robin Simcox In June 2012, terrorist attacks in Iraq led to at least 237 deaths. This included a series

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

By Michael Weiss Six a.m., April the 12th – this Thursday – is the deadline that Kofi Annan has given for a full

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Why We Still Need TPIMs – OpEd

By Robin Simcox Whether the criminal justice system can sufficiently safeguard public safety is at the heart of the debate

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Palestinian Unity ‘Frozen’, Again – OpEd

By Houriya Ahmed A month after Fatah and Hamas chiefs signed a reconciliation deal–after almost ten months in negotiations–is it

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Costs Of Containment: Mechanics Of Restraining Iranian Expansionism – Analysis

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By Sohrab Ahmari As the West and the Islamic Republic of Iran inch ever closer to open warfare, the debate

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Islamist Extremists Targeting Soldiers Living In The West: A Deadly Trend – Analysis

By Robin Simcox This week, Mohammed Merah killed four French Jews and three French soldiers. Merah, a French national of

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Intervention In Syria: Assessment Of Legality, Logistics And Hazards – Analysis

By Micheal Weiss The Syrian National Council (SNC) is entering a critical phase in the Syrian revolution whereby the hope

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Iraq After The War: A Bleak Prognosis – Analysis

By Robin Simcox The United States has withdrawn all combat forces from Iraq, bringing to an end one of the

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Duma Drubbing: In Election Marred By Fraud Putin’s United Russia Loses Significant Support – Analysis

By Julia Pettengill On 4 December, the Russian Federation held elections to the Duma, the lower house of Parliament. 96%

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