Sam Bright digs into the data to reveal the billions of pounds of lethal equipment sold by the UK to questionable regimes
As Boris Johnson prepares to schmooze Saudi Arabia, Sam Bright reports on the UK’s growing trade relationships with despotic regimes
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
UK ministers continue to licence arms for sale to Saudi Arabia when there is a clear risk that they will be used to kill innocent Yemeni civilians, report Bonyan Jamal and Molly Mulready
Jonathan Fenton-Harvey looks at the latest cease-fire under pressure from the US as the war-torn country faces the dual threats of famine and COVID-19
One of Boris Johnson’s former legal advisors recalls his inability to grasp the gravity of the humanitarian crisis in Yemen
The second part of Jonathan Fenton-Harvey’s assessment of the Arab Spring explores how the lives of people living in the region could still be improved with the help of a West committed to democratic reform
Steve Shaw reports on hwo Trade Secretary Liz Truss’ excuse that there is no ‘pattern of war crimes’ in the Gulf Nation goes against its own export criteria
Boris Johnson has promised Brexit means a Global Britain but plans to cut foreign aid in favour of defence spending is likely to mean the opposite explains Jonathan Fenton-Harvey
Steve Shaw reports on Trump’s hopes for a major arms deal in the Middle East that could spark a broader race for military superiority
With a Saudi-led coalition continuing to drop bombs on Yemen, campaigners prepare to take the UK Government to court again over its arms sales to the kingdom
Political posturing has duped the West into celebrating a hollow Arab-Israeli accord, reports Jonathan Fenton-Harvey
The UK and US continue to sell arms to the Saudi-led coalition waging war in Yemen – a humanitarian crisis which has severely destabilised the country’s ability to tackle the Coronavirus pandemic.
Steve Shaw reports on an exclusive event in the heart of London’s Mayfair which brings together politicians, businessman and media personalities.
Jonathan Fenton-Harvey reports on how the Saudia Arabia’s intervention has backfired in a conflict which has already cost 130,000 lives.