Robin Simcox is a research fellow at the Henry Jackson Society (HJS), and held the same position at the Centre for Social Cohesion think tank on extremism and terrorism in the UK before it merged with the HJS.
Simcox cites his expertise as: 'terrorism and national security, specifically: al-Qaeda; al-Qaeda inspired affiliates; Islamism; terrorism trends; terrorism legislation; state responses to national security threats.
He is currently working on a project looking at the 'difficulties in conducting espionage and maintaining transparency in government'. 
Simcox holds a BA in History (International) from the University of Leeds, including a year spent studying at the University of Newcastle, Australia, and an MSc in U.S. Foreign Policy from the Institute for the Study of the Americas at the University of London.
- Henry Jackson Society- section director, Britain in the World
- Centre for Social Cohesion - research fellow
- Democratiya - contributor
- The Spittoon - contributor
- A Degree of Influence: The Funding of Strategically Important Subjects in UK Universities (pdf), Center for Social Cohesion, March 2009.
- Book Review: Why We're Losing the War on Terror, Democratiya, Spring 2008.
- Funding with strings attached, guardian.co.uk, accessed 31 March 2009.
- Our universities are competing to take cash from foreign dictators, telegraph.co.uk, accessed 31 March 2009.
- Robin Simcox, Mohammed Atif Siddique and ‘racism’, 6 February 2010, cross-post from ConservativeHome
- 9/11 Troofery in London, 8 September 2010, cross-post from ConservativeHome.
- Why Lambert and Githens-Mazer are wrong on radicalisation, Robin Simcox, 21 October 2010, cross-post from Harry's Place.