| Neil Barnett |
Speaking at the Strengthening Europe's 'soft' and 'hard' defence event in March 2019
Neil Barnett is a UK businessman whose name appears on Document:CND Gen list 2, exposed by the Integrity Initiative/Leak/4. He has been published, once, in The Guardian.
"Neil Barnett has 15 years' experience as a journalist in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and the Middle East, writing for the Telegraph, the Spectator and Jane's Defence Weekly. He covered the 2004 Orange revolution in Ukraine and the conflict in Iraq and has written a biography of Tito."
In 2010 Barnett co-founded Istok Associates, "a risk consultancy specialising in CEE and the Middle East." This received money from the Democracy Integrity Project.
Neil Barnett's name appears on Document:CND Gen list 2, exposed by the Integrity Initiative/Leak/4. He attended the Strengthening Europe's 'soft' and 'hard' defence meeting in March 2019.
In 2016 The Guardian published an article by Neil Barnett which claimed that "Our anti-money laundering regulations are all appearance and no enforcement. The Panama Papers show that what we need is our own version of the FBI."
A Document by Neil Barnett
|Title||Document type||Publication date||Subject(s)||Description|
|File:The Kremlin's Trojan Horses.pdf||paper||18 November 2016||"Russian Propaganda"||A cartoonishly over-the-top piece of anti-Russian hysteria from the Atlantic Council.|
Event Participated in
|Strengthening Europe's 'soft' and 'hard' defence||25 March 2019 13:00:00||25 March 2019 17:00:00||The Hague|
|Chatham House rule meeting with organised by the Institute for Statecraft and the Clingendael Institute.|