James Sherr

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Person.png James SherrRdf-icon.png
(academic, deep state operative?)
James Sherr.jpg
Member ofChatham House, Institute for Statecraft, Institute for Statecraft/Tor team, Integrity Initiative, Integrity Initiative/Cluster/UK/Inner Core
Interests • Russia/Foreign policy
• Ukraine
• NATO
• Energy
• “Russian Propaganda”

Employment.png Fellow

In office
1995 - 2008
EmployerUK Defence Academy
Succeeded bySarah MacIntosh
Advanced Research & Assessment Group

Academic.png Lecturer Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
1986 - 2008
EmployerLincoln College (Oxford)
International Relations

James Sherr is member of the Institute for Statecraft and suspected UK Deep state operative. He has worked for Chatham House since 2008.

Activities

Sherr is a member of the IfS "TOR Team" with a reported 20 years of experience. His job title is listed as "Senior mentor" and his other roles as "Russian infowar strategy; western vulnerabilities; countermeasures".[1]

Publications

James Sherr and John Lough published The Skripal Attack Is the U.K.'s Chance to Show Strength Against Russia in Time Magazine on 14 March 2018, about the Skripal Affair, the opening paragraph of which claimed:

There can be little doubt that the Russian government is behind the attempted assassination of double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter. While there were the typical official denials, the Russian state has ways of communicating its innocence to foreign governments. In this case, it has not done so.

He is one of the authors of the Document:China’s Strategy towards Europe: Implications and Policy Recommendations for EU Security

Connections

 

A Document by James Sherr

TitleDocument typePublication date
Document:China’s Strategy towards Europe: Implications and Policy Recommendations for EU Securityanalysis, policy recommendations26 December 2018

 

Event Participated in

EventStartEndLocation(s)
A World in Flux: The Future of Democracy Europe and the Middle East12 September 201713 September 2017Georgia
Tbilisi


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