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CJ Werleman looks at the international conspiracy theories being thrown around about the Coronavirus and how the Chinese Communist Party is using the pandemic to further its geopolitical goals.
The Coronavirus Crisis: Trump is Choosing Mass Graves Over Social Distancing to Save the Stock Market
The lives of Americans are being put in grave danger because of the President's incompetence, misinformation and narcissism, says CJ Werleman.
CJ Werleman argues that those flocking to beaches at the weekend and flouting social distancing measures to tackle the COVID-19 outbreak cannot be called patriotic.
CJ Werleman explains why a national philosophy of selfishness and a President who willingly spreads disinformation is such as a threat to America as it tackles the COVID-19 outbreak.
After the Turkish and Russian Presidents met in Moscow to discuss the situation in Idlib, Stephen Komarnyckyj looks at the current relationship between the two countries.
Mike Buckley explains how Boris Johnson's administration has one of the laxest responses to the pandemic compared to other countries and believes it is unnecessarily putting lives at risk.
CJ Werleman reports on conspiracy theories that the US is behind the outbreak of COVID-19, the President's spreading of disinformation and Vladimir Putin's interests in adding his trolls into the mix.
Moazzam Begg, who spent a year being tortured at Bagram Airbase, looks at the International Criminal Court's renewed investigation of alleged American human rights violations in Afghanistan.
Musa Okwonga on why the fight to become Chancellor Angela Merkel's successor will indicate whether Germany will change paths or continue her legacy.
CJ Werleman explains why the Trump Administration's response to the Coronavirus provides a glimpse of its dystopian future.
James Melville explains why it might be time for the Scottish National Party to change its name.
While authoritarians try to build nationalist walls, infectious diseases don't respect boundaries and need transnational solutions argues CJ Werleman.