Media Appearances

The Council on Geostrategy and its staff and Associate Fellows have been cited and carried in leading British and international media publications and audio-visual networks. The most recent coverage can be seen below:

20 September 2021

Civil Service World mentions National Security Adviser’s speech

In an article discussing Britain’s security arrangements, Civil Service World mentions Sir Stephen Lovegrove’s speech at the Council

17 September 2021

James Rogers writes for City AM about AUKUS

James Rogers takes a closer look at the geopolitical ramifications of the new security agreement between Australia, Britain and America

17 September 2021

The Daily Mail mentions National Security Adviser’s speech

In an article discussing Britain’s security arrangements, the Daily Mail mentions Sir Stephen Lovegrove’s speech at the Council on Geostrategy

17 September 2021

The Times mentions the National Security Adviser’s speech

In a story about the AUKUS deal, The Times mentions Sir Stephen Lovegrove’s speech at the Council on Geostrategy

7 September 2021

James Rogers writes for Times Red Box

James Rogers highlights the importance of normalising a defence spending increase to reduce the UK’s reliance on America

2 September 2021

Euromaidan mentions Council’s involvement in Crimea Platform

Ukrainian site Euromaidan Press quotes James Rogers discussing the potential for the Platform’s success

2 September 2021

James Rogers is quoted in the Daily Mail

Elizabeth Elkind discusses the withdrawal operations from Afghanistan with our Director of Research

26 August 2021

Daily Mail cites James Rogers on Afghanistan

Rachael Bunyan talks to the Council on Geostrategy’s Director of Research about the plight of people trying to escape the Taliban

31 August 2021

James Rogers and Richard Payne write for Warships IFR

Writing in Warships: International Fleet Review, James Rogers and Richard Payne discuss the need for the UK to do better in a global war of perceptions

18 August 2021

James Rogers writes for CityAM

Writing an op-ed for CityAM, James Rogers considers the implications of the Afghanistan withdrawal for British foreign policy