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Anthony Measures

Centre on Religion & Geopolitics, Analyst

Anthony Measures was an analyst for the Centre on Religion & Geopolitics. Anthony joined the Foundation in December 2010. Prior to this he held the position of Researcher in the Office of Tony Blair, with lead responsibility for researching Tony Blair's autobiography, 'A Journey.' Previous to this he held the position of Parliamentary Officer at 10 Downing Street, helping prepare the Prime Minister for all of his Parliamentary business, including his weekly appearance at Prime Minister's Questions. In his early career he held other research posts in the civil service at the Met Office and HM Treasury.

Contributions

Backgrounder

What is Abu Sayyaf?

As a peace agreement for Muslim Mindanao inches its way through the parliament of the Philippines, the Islamist militant group Abu Sayyaf has stepped up its campaign of attacks in the south of the country.

Anthony Measures

26 Oct 2016

Backgrounder

Who are the Uighurs?

China's Muslim Uighur community has gained international attention both for concerns over its religious freedom, and over links to terrorism at home and abroad.

Anthony Measures

07 Sep 2016

Briefing Note

What Next After Myanmar's Elections?

Myanmar's general election took place on 8 November 2015, amid concerns over the status of ethnic and religious minorities.

Anthony Measures

26 Nov 2015

Opinion

Data Vital in Tackling Jihadi Violence

Detailed data on conflicts, as well as analysis of ideologies, is essential for governments to develop effective strategies to counter the threat of jihadi organisations, writes Anthony Measures.

Anthony Measures

22 Jul 2015

Opinion

Stalling Peace in the Philippines

There is growing unease in the Philippines as the long-awaited peace process for Muslim Mindanao stalls once again, amid fears that Islamist groups linked to ISIS could disrupt it, writes Anthony Measures.

Anthony Measures

07 Jul 2015

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