James Rogers

James Rogers is Co-Founder and Director of Research at the Council on Geostrategy, where he specialises in geopolitics and British strategic policy. He is also Editor of Britain’s World, the Council on Geostrategy’s online magazine. Previously, he held positions at the Henry Jackson Society, the Baltic Defence College, RAND Europe, and the European Union Institute for Security Studies.

His commentary has been carried in the global media and he has been invited to give oral evidence at the Foreign Affairs, Defence, and International Development committees in the Houses of Parliament. His research has been cited and endorsed by the serving British prime minister, and he has worked on research projects for the British and French ministries of defence. He holds an MPhil in Contemporary European Studies from the University of Cambridge and an award-winning BSc Econ (Hons) in International Politics and Strategic Studies from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth.

7 June 2021

Can sanctions dislodge Alexander Lukashenko?

By Alexander Lanoszka, James Rogers
2 June 2021

Why Britain should continue to support Ukraine

By Alexander Lanoszka, James Rogers
5 May 2021

The Integrated Review: Five key innovations

By James Rogers
6 May 2021

Forever bound: Global Britain and the Wider Baltic

By James Rogers, Viktorija Starych-Samuolienė
30 March 2021

A ‘Crowe Memorandum’ for the twenty-first century

By Alexander Lanoszka, James Rogers
11 June 2021

A ‘Crowe Memorandum’ for the twenty-first century

By James Rogers, Alexander Lanoszka
19 March 2021

About the Council on Geostrategy

By James Rogers, Viktorija Starych-Samuolienė