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U.S. National Security Implications of a Corbyn Foreign Policy
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn gives his keynote speech to the Scottish Labour Party Conference at the Caird Hall on March 8, 2019 in Dundee, Scotland. (Getty Images)
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U.S. National Security Implications of a Corbyn Foreign Policy

Hudson Institute hosted an event to discuss a new report, The Prospective Foreign Policy of a Corbyn Government and its U.S. National Security Implications. The report author, Dr. Azeem Ibrahim, discussed the current volatile political situation in the UK and the consequences for U.S.-UK relations. The discussion will be moderated by Hudson Fellow Peter Rough.

The report considers the challenges of a prospective administration led by Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labour Party, to the historically close and effective alliance between the U.S. and UK. Specifically, it probes Jeremy Corbyn’s record on human rights—in particular his support of regimes and movements that have notoriously committed human rights violations—and the implications of a Corbyn-led government for western intelligence.

Read the full report.

NOTE: This event is open to the press, but space is limited. All members of the media should RSVP to [email protected]


Azeem Ibrahim

Research Professor, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College; Director, Center for Global Policy

Peter Rough Moderator

Fellow, Hudson Institute

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