Limehouse Group of Analysts

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The Limehouse Group of Analyst calls itself an "informal association of professional commentators". According to its website it "It came about during a working dinner in the house of one of our number" and has "been meeting for nearly a decade".[1] The members' association is from their participation in the weekly radio programme SITREP which discussed defence and geopolitical issues and is broadcast by British Forces Broadcasting Service Radio 2.[2]

Members

  • Major General J H A Thompson CB OBE, soldier, military historian, commentator on current defence matters
  • Martin McCauley, author, senior lecturer at the university of London on Eastern Europe, China and the new "terrorism"
  • Hazhir Teimourian, writer and commentator on Middle Eastern history, politics and "terrorism"
  • Christopher Lee, historian of Britain, commentator on defence and strategic matters
  • Eric Grove, author, historian, self-employed strategic analyst and defence consultant
  • Christabel King, commentator on the media, teacher of broadcast journalism at City University, London
  • Edward Foster, expert on British and NATO defence structures and European cooperation



References

  1. The Limehouse Group of Analyst, Homepage, (accessed 23 May 2008)
  2. The Limehouse Group of Analyst, Homepage, (accessed 23 May 2008)