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:

4 June 2021

James Rogers is interviewed by the Express on Sunday

Speaking to Marco Giannangeli, James Rogers offers insight on the upcoming G7 summit and the UK-US relationship

2 June 2021

Associate fellow Charles Parton writes for the Sunday Times

Associate fellow Charles Parton wrote about his recent Council on Geostrategy paper for the Sunday Times

14 July 2021

Matthew Henderson is interviewed by Politico

Matthew Henderson was interviewed by Politico’s Cristina Gallardo for a recent article on UK efforts to counter foreign espionage

14 July 2021

Washington Examiner quotes panel event

Comments made by The Rt. Hon. Tobias Ellwood MP at a recent Council on Geostrategy panel event are cited by the Washington Examiner

2 June 2021

John Hemmings is interviewed by the Express on Sunday

Associate Fellow John Hemmings is interviewed by the Express on Sunday about New Zealand’s break with the ‘Five Eyes’ group

2 June 2021

Washington Examiner covers panel event

Joel Gehrke of the Washington Examiner cites comments made by The Rt. Hon. Tobias Ellwood MP at a recent Council on Geostrategy panel event

18 April 2021

Express on Sunday cites James Rogers

Marco Giannangeli, Defence Editor of the Express on Sunday, speaks to James Rogers about possible Russian action against Ukraine

18 April 2021

James Rogers and Andrew Foxall write for The Spectator

James Rogers and Andrew Foxall write about ‘discursive statecraft’ and Russia’s national positioning operations against the United Kingdom

4 June 2021

Charles Parton writes about his latest paper for The Spectator

Writing for The Spectator, Charles Parton summarises his latest paper, ‘What the Chinese Communist Party wants from the United Kingdom’

20 April 2021

Bloomberg cites the Council on Geostrategy’s latest Policy Paper

‘What the Chinese Communist Party wants from the United Kingdom’ by Charles Parton is cited by Bloomberg