On the three-year anniversary of Keir Starmer becoming Labour Leader, Adam Bienkov analyses whether he has kept to his word or broken it
Twenty years on from the US invasion, Lorraine Mallinder assesses the ongoing political struggle against corruption and talks to those exposing it
Angelo Calianno visits the oil-producing town of Basra and the Mesopotamian marshlands to witness the direct consequences of fossil fuel production on the environment and its inhabitants
Although US forces have killed more civilians in conflicts over the past decade, Russian-led attacks using explosive violence are more lethal per incident to civilians, Sian Norris reports
Nafeez Ahmed examines the direct and indirect deaths of the post 9/11 era, as a new kind of state-sanctioned mass violence became globalised and normalised
The decision to refuse a Freedom of Information request that aimed to clarify civilian casualties related to UK airstrikes raises concerns about MOD transparency
New analysis by the Action on Armed Violence charity has tracked how many British and American combatants have died since 2001
After damning revelations of war crimes committed by Australia’s special forces were revealed to the public it is time the British Government faced up to its own bloody history in the Middle East writes Steve Shaw
Donald Trump’s foreign policy has led to more instability in the Middle East but, as Jonathan Fenton-Harvey reports, the election of Joe Biden may not mean significant change
CJ Werleman considers how alarming environmental developments have been sidelined again as the world deals with the Coronavirus crisis
Ian Sinclair looks at the role of Opinion Polls in shaping the Politics of the Pandemic and compares with the precedents of Afghanistan and Iraq.
Steve Shaw reports on an exclusive event in the heart of London’s Mayfair which brings together politicians, businessman and media personalities.
Iain Overton reports on the ‘dud’ missiles which might now litter Iraq and Syria and could explode, harming civilians.
Following the US President’s attack on Iran, the Shi’a suicide bomber – a human weapon that first emerged in the Middle-East in Iran – could resurface again