CJ Werleman on more worrying developments in the US, where President Donald Trump is spinning his potential impeachment into a ‘coup’ which will require retaliation.
Stephen Delahunty on the broken ceasefires and continuing Turkish threats to Kurdish forces
Peter Jukes with the historical background to a new Byline Times series on a global phenomenon that best explains Boris Johnson and Donald Trump.
Paul Niland, founder of Lifeline Ukraine, has a warning and some advice for the British public about Putin and his digital warfare as it heads to the polls.
A report by peers contests Government claims that separate British deals would be better than those secured with the EU.
Otto English looks at the relationship between the son of a KGB spy and the Prime Minister and how it raises troubling questions about the closeness between media owners and politicians.
Gareth Roberts examines what could lie ahead for the UK if Boris Johnson’s deal is passed and the country leaves the EU early next year.
Soldiers from countries including Afghanistan, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Pakistan, the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Saudi Arabia have attended Britain’s top military training centre – is it professionalising despots?
The oligarch at the centre of the Trump-Ukraine scandal is linked to the Vote Leave campaign and the Conservative Party. Steve Komarnyckyj unravels the background of Dmytro Firtash.
With Rupert Murdoch and the Barclay Brothers pulling out all the stops to back the Prime Minister, one crucial media player with a very interesting background is often overlooked.
Dutch travelling writer Chris Keulemans examines the tragedy unfolding in north-east Syria since Turkey launched its military offensive there.
Sarah Hurst reports on some of the ‘New Greatness’ activists who are paying the price for dissenting from Putin’s growing dictatorship.
Rudy Giulani is currently the target of multiple investigations, his business associates have been taken into federal custody, and Donald Trump has already shown he’s ready to get rid of him if – or more likely, when – it becomes necessary.
Nicola Driscoll-Davies reports from Malta on a vigil to mark two years since the assassination of the country’s most famous journalist.
CJ Werleman examines how Australia’s mainstream news media is feeding white nationalist extremist views into normal political discourse and how those in power are reluctant to do anything about such terrorism.
Sarah Hurst on her afkaesque experience of waste and confusion at the new Trade Remedies Authority.
The Royal Society has highlighted the toll already taken by Brexit on the science sector as the “brightest and best” minds opt to stay away from Britain.
CJ Werleman argues that the Ethiopian Prime Minister’s genocide against ethnic Somali Muslims in Ogaden should have been taken into account by those awarding him the international peace prize.
Following the murder of two people in a kebab shop and outside a synagogue in Halle last week, Musa Okwonga examines why a country which has done well to hold a mirror up to its past horrors is turning away from this when it is most necessary.
A new European Union directive aims to abolish daylight saving time, which could result in a one hour time difference between the north and south of Ireland following the UK’s exit from the EU.
Stephen Komarnyckj on the resignation of the US Special Representative and what the mounting scandal actually means on the ground in Ukraine.
“It would be destructive of one of the core principles of constitutional propriety… for the Prime Minister or the Government to renege on what they have assured the court,” Lord Pentland ruled.
This summer the US President asked the new UK Prime Minister to ‘help’ with allegations of Russian collusion. But what would Johnson know about it? Peter Jukes digs deeper. Donald Trump, currently mired in new allegations of using Ukraine to interfere in the next US election over the summer, was at the same time reportedly…
Violet Hargrave, aka Secret Gamer Girl, has watched white supremacism spread out from 4chan and other fringe sites to become a violent mainstream force. We presently have, for lack of a better term, a serious Nazi problem. White supremacists are openly marching in the streets and committing mass murder so frequently it’s nearly impossible to…
Concerns have been raised about the independence and impartiality of those tasked with conducting the inquiry into the investigative reporter’s murder in Malta in 2017.
Stephen Komarnyckyj digs deeper into Hunter Biden’s connection with the Ukrainian gas company Burisma and the shark tank of Ukrainian politics under Viktor Yanukovych.
Emma Burnell discovers many wider echoes in the dramatisation of tensions between Ukrainians and Poles.
CJ Werleman talks to Bilal Abdul Kareem, a Muslim American citizen who is a constant target of unexplained extrajudicial murder.
Iain Overton reports from eastern Ukraine on the toll taken by five years of war on its citizens – individuals whose lives have been devastated, but who do not dwell on the pain of the present.