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Ben Judah

Research Fellow

Ben Judah is a research fellow with Hudson Institute’s Kleptocracy Initiative.

Judah was born in London and has traveled extensively in Russia, Central Asia, and the Levant. He has written for a wide range of publications, including the New York Times, The American Interest, the Evening Standard and the Financial Times.

He is the author of Fragile Empire and This is London.

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Facing Trump, Putin, and Xi, London Needs Old Allies for New Ideas

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Hong Kong, where the sun finally set on the British Empire in 1997, is now the fulcrum of London’s most fateful foreign-policy decisions since Brexi...

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Video Event | U.K.-China Clash: A Conversation with Sir Iain Duncan Smith MP

Video Event | U.K.-China Clash: A Conversation with Sir Iain Duncan Smith MP

Video Event | Is Britain Still a Global Intelligence Power?

Video Event | Is Britain Still a Global Intelligence Power?

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Ben Judah was quoted in the Washington Post about the impact of U.S. protests on the rest of the world.

Nate Sibley and Ben Judah cited by The Washington Examiner for their report on Kleptocracy enablers

Ben Judah’s new report, The Kleptocracy Curse: Rethinking Containment written up in The Diplomat