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Appendix 2: List of witnesses

Evidence is published at https://www.parliament.uk/foreign-policy-changing-world/ and available for inspection at the Parliamentary Archives (020 7219 3074).

Evidence received by the Committee is listed below in chronological order of oral evidence session and in alphabetical order. Those witnesses marked with ** gave both oral and written evidence. Those marked with * gave oral evidence and did not submit any written evidence. All other witnesses submitted written evidence only.

Oral evidence in chronological order

*

Dr Neville Bolt, Director of the King’s Centre for Strategic Communications, King’s College London, University of London

QQ 1–8

*

Professor Michael Clarke, Senior Associate Fellow, Royal United Services Institute (RUSI)

QQ 1–8

*

Dr Lucas Kello, Director of the Centre for Technology and Global Affairs, Oxford University

QQ 1–8

*

Paul Maidment, Director of Analysis, Oxford Analytica

QQ 1–8

*

Lord Hague of Richmond

QQ 9–14

*

Lord Ricketts GCMG GCVO, former UK National Security Adviser

QQ 15–20

*

Xenia Wickett, Head, US and the Americas Programme, Chatham House

QQ 21–26

*

Dr Kori Schake, Deputy Director General, International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS)

QQ 21–26

*

Sir Peter Westmacott GCMG, former Ambassador to the United States

QQ 27–32

*

Arun Pillai-Essex, Senior Political Risk Analyst, Verisk Maplecroft

QQ 33–36

*

Faraz Nasir, Head of Intelligence and Advisory Services, G4S Risk Consulting

QQ 33–36

*

Jake Stratton Senior Partner, Head of Global Client Services division for Europe and Africa, Control Risks

QQ 33–36

*

Henry Wilkinson, Head of Intelligence and Analysis, Risk Advisory Group plc

QQ 33–36

*

Tom Fletcher CMG, former Ambassador and Visiting Professor in International Relations, New York University

QQ 37–42

*

Dr Andrea Calderaro, Director, Centre for Internet and Global Politics, Cardiff University

QQ 43–49

*

Dr Madeline Carr, Associate Professor of International Relations and Cyber Security, University College London, University of London

QQ 43–49

*

Professor Philip Howard, Professor of Internet Studies and Director of Research, Oxford Internet Institute

QQ 43–49

*

Dr Richard Haass, President, Council on Foreign Relations

QQ 50–55

*

Hugh Milward, Senior Director, Corporate, External and Legal Affairs, Microsoft

QQ 56–60

*

Dr Gianluca Stringhini, Associate Professor in Computer Science and Crime Science, University College London, University of London

QQ 61–64

*

Professor Maura Conway, Professor of International Security, Dublin City University

QQ 61–64

*

Merle Maigre, former Director, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, and former Senior Policy Adviser to the President of Estonia

QQ 65–70

*

Peter Wells, Head of Policy, Open Data Institute

QQ 71–76

*

Dr Becky Faith, Research Fellow, Institute for Development Studies

QQ 71–76

*

Nima Elmi, Head of Policy Initiatives, World Economic Forum

QQ 71–76

*

Carrie Gracie, broadcaster and former China Editor, BBC

QQ 77–84

*

Professor Steve Tsang, Director, China Institute, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London

QQ 77–84

*

Stephen King, Senior Economic Adviser, HSBC

QQ 85–88

*

George Magnus, Former Chief Economist, UBS

QQ 85–88

*

Stefania Palma, Asia Editor, The Banker

QQ 85–88

*

Dr Monique Chu, Lecturer in Chinese Politics, University of Southampton

QQ 89–94

*

Raffaello Pantucci, Director of International Security Studies, Royal United Services Institute

QQ 89–94

*

Kathryn Rand, Assistant Director, Great Britain China Centre

QQ 89–94

*

Professor Rosemary Foot, Emeritus Fellow, St Antony’s College, University of Oxford

QQ 95–100

*

Professor Katherine Morton, Professor of Chinese International Relations, University of Sheffield

QQ 95–100

*

Sir Andrew Wood, former Ambassador to Russia

QQ 101–105

*

Sir Tony Brenton, former Ambassador to Russia

QQ 101–105

*

Dr Oksana Antonenko, Visiting Senior Fellow, Institute of Global Affairs, London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London

QQ 106–111

*

Dr Natasha Kuhrt, Lecturer, Department of War Studies, Kings College London, University of London

QQ 106–111

*

Professor Kate Sullivan de Estrada, Associate Professor in the International Relations of South Asia, University of Oxford

QQ 112–123

*

Rahul Roy-Chaudhury, Senior Fellow for South Asia, International Institute for Strategic Studies

QQ 112–123

*

Professor Gareth Evans, former Foreign Minister of Australia

QQ 124–135

*

Sir Ciarán Devane, Chief Executive, British Council

QQ 136–146

**

Deborah Bronnert, Director-General, Economic and Global Issues, Foreign and Commonwealth Office

QQ 147–162

*

Dr Ulrike Esther Franke, Policy Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations

QQ 163–170

*

Dr Andrew Futter, Associate Professor in International Politics, University of Leicester

QQ 163–170

*

Baron Jean-Christophe Iseux von Pfetten, former specially invited member, Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference

QQ 171–178

*

Stephen Perry, Managing Director, London Export Corporation Ltd

QQ 171–178

*

General Sir Adrian Bradshaw KCB OBE, former Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe, The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation

QQ 179–186

*

Sir Martin Donnelly KCB CMG, former Permanent Secretary to the Department for International Trade,

QQ 187–197

*

Sir Simon Fraser GCMG, former Permanent Under-Secretary of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Head of the Diplomatic Service,

QQ 187–197

*

Bronwen Maddox, Director, Institute for Government

QQ 198–203

*

Dr Robin Niblett CMG, Director, Chatham House

QQ 198–203

*

Robert Hannigan CMG, former Director, GCHQ

QQ 204–218

*

Sir Mark Lyall Grant KCMG, former National Security Adviser

QQ 204–218

*

Emily Thornberry MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs

QQ 219–230

*

Jeremy Hunt MP, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs

QQ 231–244

Sir Simon McDonald, Permanent Under-Secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office

QQ 231–244

Jill Gallard, Deputy Political Director, Foreign and Commonwealth Office

QQ 231–244

Alphabetical list of all witnesses

Simon Anholt

FWP0001

*

Dr Oksana Antonenko, Visiting Senior Fellow, Institute of Global Affairs, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) University of London (QQ 106–111)

*

Dr Neville Bolt, Director of the King’s Centre for Strategic Communications, King’s College London, University of London (QQ 1–8)

*

General Sir Adrian Bradshaw KCB, OBE, former Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (QQ 179–186)

*

Sir Tony Brenton, Former British Ambassador to Russia, (QQ 101–105)

The British Council

FWP00021 FWP0028

**

Deborah Bronnert, Director-General, Economic and Global Issues, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (QQ 147–162)

FWP0029

*

Dr Andrea Calderaro, Director, Centre for Internet and Global Politics, Cardiff University (QQ 43–49)

*

Dr Madeline Carr, Associate Professor of International Relations and Cyber Security, University College London, University of London (QQ 43–49)

Charities Aid Foundation

FWP0019

Steve Chisnall, Lecturer in International Security and Strategy, International Security Research Group, University of Southampton

FWP0020

*

Dr Monique Chu, Lecturer in Chinese Politics, University of Southampton (QQ 89–94)

*

Professor Michael Clarke, Senior Associate Fellow, Royal United Services Institute (QQ 1–8)

*

Professor Maura Conway, Professor of International Security, Dublin City University (QQ 61–64)

Davido Ltd

FWP0002

*

Sir Jon Day KBE, former Second Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Defence, and former Chair of the Joint Intelligence Committee, International Security Research Group, University of Southampton

FWP0020

*

Sir Ciarán Devane, Chief Executive, British Council (QQ 136–146)

*

Sir Martin Donnelly KCB CMG, Permanent Secretary to the Department for International Trade, (QQ 187–197)

Dr Constance Duncombe, Lecturer in International Relations, Monash University

FWP0011

*

Nima Elmi, Head of Policy Initiatives, World Economic Forum (QQ 71–76)

Environmental Investigation Agency, UK

FWP0013

Professor Gareth Evans, Former Foreign Minister of Australia (QQ 124–135)

*

Dr Becky Faith, Research Fellow, Institute for Development Studies (QQ 71–76)

*

Tom Fletcher CMG, former Ambassador and Visiting Professor in International Relations, New York University (QQ 37–42)

*

Professor Rosemary Foot, Emeritus Fellow, St Antony’s College, University of Oxford (QQ 95–100)

Foreign and Commonwealth Office

FWP0027

Dr Andrew Foxall, Director, Russia and Eurasia Studies Centre, The Henry Jackson Society

FWP0005

*

Dr Ulrike Esther Franke, Policy Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations (QQ 163–170)

*

Sir Simon Fraser GCMG, former Permanent Under-Secretary of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Head of the Diplomatic Service (QQ 187–197)

*

Dr Andrew Futter, Associate Professor in International Politics, University of Leicester (QQ 163–170)

Jill Gallard, Deputy Political Director, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (QQ231-244)

Nasir Ghalib

FWP0003

*

Carrie Gracie, broadcaster and former China Editor, BBC (QQ 77–84)

*

Dr Richard Haass, President, Council on Foreign Relations (QQ 50–55)

*

Lord Hague of Richmond (QQ 9–14)

*

Robert Hannigan CMG, former Director, GCHQ (QQ 204–218)

*

Professor Philip Howard, Professor of Internet Studies and Director of Research, Oxford Internet Institute (QQ 43–49)

*

Jeremy Hunt MP, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (QQ231–244)

*

Dr Lucas Kello, Director of the Centre for Technology and Global Affairs, Oxford University (QQ 1–8)

*

Stephen King, Senior Economic Adviser, HSBC (QQ 85–88)

*

Dr Natasha Kuhrt, Lecturer, Department of War Studies, Kings College London, University of London (QQ 106–111)

*

Sir Mark Lyall Grant KCMG, former National Security Adviser (QQ 204–218)

Dr Tara McCormack, Lecturer in International Relations, University of Leicester

FWP0025

Sir Simon McDonald, Permanent Under-Secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (QQ231-244)

*

Bronwen Maddox, Director, Institute for Government (QQ 198–203)

*

George Magnus, Former Chief Economist, UBS (QQ 85–88)

*

Paul Maidment, Director of Analysis, Oxford Analytica (QQ 1–8)

*

Merle Maigre, former Director, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence and former Senior Policy Adviser to the President of Estonia (QQ 65–70)

Dr Ana Margheritis, Reader in Politics and International Relations, International Security and Research Group, University of Southampton

FWP0020

*

Hugh Milward, Senior Director, Corporate, External and Legal Affairs, Microsoft (QQ 56–60)

Professor Alister Miskimmon, Queen’s University Belfast

FWP0015

*

Professor Katherine Morton, Professor of Chinese International Relations, University of Sheffield (QQ 95–100)

*

Faraz Nasir, Head of Intelligence and Advisory Services, G4S Risk Consulting (QQ 33–36)

National Museum Directors’ Council

FWP0018

*

Dr Robin Niblett CMG, Director, Chatham House (QQ 198–203)

Professor Ben O’Loughlin, Royal Holloway, University of London

FWP0015

Overseas Development Institute

FWP0012

*

Stefania Palma, Asia Editor, The Banker (QQ 85–88)

*

Raffaello Pantucci, Director of International Security Studies, Royal United Services Institute (QQ 89–94)

*

Stephen Perry, Managing Director of London Export Corporation Ltd (QQ 171–178)

*

Baron Jean-Christophe Iseux von Pfetten, former specially invited member, Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (QQ 171–178)

*

Arun Pillai-Essex, Senior Political Risk Analyst, Verisk Maplecroft (QQ 33–36)

Professor Michel Pimbert, Director, Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience, Coventry University

FWP0008

*

Kathryn Rand, Assistant Director, Great Britain China Centre (QQ 89–94)

*

Lord Ricketts GCMG GCVO, former UK National Security Adviser (QQ 15–20)

James Rogers, former Director, Global Britain Programme, Henry Jackson Society

FWP0026

*

Rahul Roy-Chaudhury, Senior Fellow for South Asia, International Institute for Strategic Studies (QQ 112–123)

Save the Children

FWP0016

*

Dr Kori Schake, Deputy Director General, International Institute for Strategic Studies (QQ 21–26)

Science Museum Group

FWP0024

Dr Kristan Stoddart, Reader, Department of International Politics, University of Aberystwyth

FWP0017

*

Dr Gianluca Stringhini, Associate Professor in Computer Science and Crime Science, University College London, University of London (QQ 61–64)

*

Jake Stratton Senior Partner, Head of Global Client Services division for Europe and Africa, Control Risks (QQ 33–36)

Stonewall UK

FWP009

*

Professor Kate Sullivan de Estrada, Associate Professor in the International Relations of South Asia, University of Oxford (QQ 112–123)

*

Emily Thornberry MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (QQ 219–230)

*

Professor Steve Tsang, Director, China Institute, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London (QQ 77–84)

United Nations Association-UK

FWP0010

Visit Britain

FWP0007

*

Peter Wells, Head of Policy, Open Data Institute (QQ 71–76)

*

Sir Peter Westmacott GCMG, former Ambassador to the United States (QQ 27–32)

*

Xenia Wickett, Head, US and the Americas Programme, Chatham House (QQ 21–26)

*

Henry Wilkinson, Head of Intelligence and Analysis, Risk Advisory Group plc (QQ 33–36)

*

Sir Andrew Wood, Former British Ambassador to Russia (QQ 101–105)

Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom UK

FWP0023

Xiaoyan Zhang

FWP0004





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