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Jemimah Steinfeld, editor of the Index on Censorship’s 50th anniversary edition, explains how journalism can be an antidote to autocracy
As a Labour MP investigating disinformation, Ian Lucas saw first-hand the Government’s attempts to duck the question of Russia
The ‘War on Woke’ is a conflict between fascistic notions of the natural order against progressive values, and both Russian funding and disinformation networks have fuelled it
Robert Saunders assesses whether war in Ukraine will result in British governance rolling-back its recent destructive tendencies – or whether it will further retreat into them
Kyiv-based Paul Niland considers the options available to help Ukraine put an end to Vladimir Putin’s military machine once and for all
CJ Werleman argues that, though their arguments had relevance decades ago, analysts of US imperialism such as John Pilger and Noam Chomsky, are no guides to the present
Anthony Barnett details what he has learnt from the work of journalists such as Carole Cadwalladr and Byline Times' co-founder and executive editor Peter Jukes about the threat to British democracy hiding in plain sight