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The Henry Jackson Society (HJS) is a registered charity run by Alan Mendoza, an unsuccessful Tory candidate at the 2015 general election, which promotes an interventionist foreign policy to protect democracy and human rights.
The charity is reportedly receiving around £10,000 a month from the Japanese embassy in London to encourage politicians and journalists to speak out against China's international political moves.
The campaign is said to revolved around a “communications strategy” aimed at putting Japan’s issues “on the radar of mainstream UK journalists and politicians”, including reporters on The Sunday Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian and The Economist.