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From the Soviet Union to China, Bosnia to the Uyghurs, CJ Werleman traces a historic tendency that turns a blind eye to international crimes
CJ Werleman reports on the third mass shooting in a week in America in Boulder, Colorado, and explores how the country could start to stop such events happening with alarming frequency
Mike Buckley’s analysis of the Government’s foreign and defence policy review explores how moving away from Europe leaves the UK with unrealistic ambitions with regards to the rest of the world
CJ Werleman explores the overlap in beliefs between the ideologies and how and why they combine with deadly results
Austerity failed Britain during the COVID-19 crisis, but the Government has not yet signalled a bold new vision for the UK’s economy, says Jonathan Portes
CJ Werleman explains why the new US President is pivoting his foreign policy toward the challenge of China
CJ Werleman looks at the ways the conspiracy theory persists despite the facts, and how it is rapidly merging with white evangelical Christian nationalism