Stephen Pollard

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Stephen Pollard
Born (1964-12-18) 18 December 1964 (age 53)
London, England, UK
EducationJohn Lyon School
Mansfield College, Oxford.

Stephen Pollard (born 18 December 1964) is a British author and journalist. He is the editor of The Jewish Chronicle.


He is an advocate of market-based public service reforms. He was one of the signatory founders, in 2005, of the Henry Jackson Society, a neoconservative British foreign policy think tank.[1][2]

In November 2008, he became editor of The Jewish Chronicle.[3]


  1. ^ The Henry Jackson Society The Guardian,
  2. ^ "...[The West's] failures in the former Yugoslavia (especially Bosnia) were more than just moral. Through their impact on the credibility of our international institutions, such as NATO and the EU, they had a profound effect on the national interests of western powers. These fiascos showed that we had to engage, robustly and sometimes preventatively. The early interventions in Kosovo and Sierra Leone, although imperfect, provide an appropriate model for future action." The Henry Jackson Society's Statement of Principles Archived 8 August 2010 at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ Matthew Bell, "'Fantastic timing': a baptism of fire at the Jewish Chronicle", Independent on Sunday, 11 January 2009