George Grant

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From a Henry Jackson Society Event profile:

George Grant is a Research Fellow at the Henry Jackson Society, which he joined in October 2009. George has written extensively for HJS on a wide range of issues relating to British foreign policy and international relations, with major recent publications including “Succeeding in Afghanistan” (September 2010) and “The Tipping Point: British National Strategy and the UK’s Future World Role” (July 2011). Since February 2011, George has worked closely on the conflict in Libya and the country's subsequent efforts towards democratic transition.
He writes frequently for mainstream national and international newspapers including the Daily Telegraph, the Guardian and the Wall Street Journal Europe, and regularly appears on TV and radio news outlets including the BBC, Al Jazeera, Channel 4 News and Sky News.
A frequent speaker on foreign policy and defence issues, George has given briefings to senior officials at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, the Ministry of Defence, the Stabilisation Unit and lecturers at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst. George has an MA (Hons) in History from the University of Edinburgh, and an MA (Dist.) in Investigative Journalism from City University, London.[1]


  1. HJS Event: "Shocks and Disruptions: The Relationship Between Food Security and National Security", House of Commons, 24 April 2012.