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27 July 2020,
Stephen Delahunty reports on former Chancellor Phillip Hammond's new job advising Riyadh as British arms sales to the Gulf kingdom increase
24 July 2020,
Nikola Mikovic reports on the recent spike in hostilities between the two nations caught up in a Turkish-Russian power battle
9 July 2020,
As the Chinese Government continues to clamp down on civil liberties for those living in the city, its leaders have turned to a UK company unafraid to step where others do not
2 July 2020,
Kseniya Kirillova talks to intelligence experts about the likelihood the US President ignored evidence of GRU bounties paid to target troops in Afghanistan
17 June 2020,
In the second of Byline Times’ new series dedicated to giving a platform to new voices of colour, Amina Shareef explains how George Floyd's last words resonate across the world
3 June 2020,
Sarah Hurst talks to the British businessman Roger Munnings about his business interests with Russian companies and his vocal support for Vladimir Putin
1 June 2020,
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.
6 May 2020,
Shahmir Sanni explains how the only way Muslims can defeat the far-right who demonise them is by joining forces with the LGTBQ community.
30 April 2020,
Kseniya Kirillova on how Kremlin-controlled statelets in Ukrainian occupied territory are creating an international 'anti-globalism' alliance.
24 April 2020,
Stephen Delahunty reports on the cutting off of the water supply in north-east Syria – a move amounting to a war crime – and what this means for the Coronavirus pandemic in the country.
20 February 2020,
As Putin rewrites the past in order to control the future, Kseniya Kirillova reveals what it tells us about Russia’s strategic goals.
17 February 2020,
CJ Werleman reports on continuing attempts by Vladimir Putin to destabilise Europe by killing and displacing Syrian civilians in support of the Bashar al-Assad regime.
Government Refuses to Reveal How Many RAF Bombs Failed to Explode as it would Harm Arms Trade Manufacturer’s ‘Trade Secrets’
5 February 2020,
Iain Overton reports on the ‘dud’ missiles which might now litter Iraq and Syria and could explode, harming civilians.
4 February 2020,
Jonathan Fenton-Harvey reports on how the Saudia Arabia's intervention has backfired in a conflict which has already cost 130,000 lives.
28 January 2020,
A Ukrainian MP claims that Volodymyr Zelensky met Vladislav Surkov in Oman. Stephen Komarnyckyj looks at the evidence.
13 January 2020,
While European states focus on their own interests, the EU’s ability to act as a peace-maker in conflict situations will be increasingly restricted, argues Jonathan Fenton-Harvey.
Life-Saving Technology? The New Tools Journalists Can Use to Expose Human Rights Violations Around the World
8 January 2020,
How technology is being used for dark purposes, but is also helping to expose persecution.
4 November 2019,
Stephen Delahunty on the broken ceasefires and continuing Turkish threats to Kurdish forces
24 October 2019,
CJ Werleman argues that the President has given new life to the terrorist group by defying the Pentagon and his national security experts and withdrawing US troops from north-eastern Syria.
EXCLUSIVE Sandhurst Earns Millions Teaching Overseas Troops – Including Many from Countries of ‘Human Rights Concern’
23 October 2019,
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?
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