Tuesday, 26 January 2021

All posts by "James Rogers"

James Rogers is Editor-in-Chief of The British Interest and Director of the Global Britain Programme at the Henry Jackson Society in London. Previously, he was Director of the Department of Political and Strategic Studies at the Baltic Defence College in Tartu, Estonia. He holds a BScEcon (Hons) from Aberystwyth University and an MPhil from the University of Cambridge.

JAMES ROGERS interviews Lord Richards of Herstmonceux about Operation PALLISER, the British military intervention in Sierra Leone in 2000

JAMES ROGERS interviews NICK TIMOTHY about the future of Britain, the Conservative Party, and British foreign and defence policy

JAMES ROGERS asks faculty from the Henry Jackson Society what implications Covid-19 will have for Britain’s domestic and international policies and position

JAMES ROGERS argues that China’s response to Covid-19 reflects the behaviour of Xi Jinping’s deeply repressive regime – one that Britain should now start to decouple from

JAMES ROGERS argues that the United Kingdom needs to update its European geostrategy if it is to continue to play a role in shaping the geopolitics of Europe

JAMES ROGERS argues it is time for a renewed British focus on South America

JAMES ROGERS assesses the defence spending of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) over the past five years – and finds many allies still to be shirking and idling

JAMES ROGERS argues that British policy-makers need to reappraise Britain’s foreign policy to project a perception of resolve and determination in an age of great power competition

JAMES ROGERS interviews The Rt. Hon. JOHN REDWOOD MP about British foreign policy, particularly in relation to Europe

JAMES ROGERS argues that the new government headed by Boris Johnson needs to make some big reforms to the way Britain does foreign policy, not least because of the rise ...