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The Chancellor told UK firms to cut ties with Russia – while his own family has kept hundreds of millions of pounds of shares in a company still operating in Moscow
CJ Werleman assesses the West's response to Russia and China's aggression and what this means for future global security
Otto English explores the Russian President's warped justifications for the invasion of Ukraine that should terrify us all
Canadian diplomat and politician Christopher Alexander argues that Putin is still fighting the wars of the 20th Century, and reversing his invasion of Ukraine could finally put those ghosts to rest
Elizabeth Wiggin describes the threats, humiliation, financial ruin and worse that face investigative journalists taking on powerful oligarchs, and the campaign to stop it
Responses from UK and Polish Governments to Europe's refugee crisis differ in their impact and yet come from the same old book of divide and conquer say POMOC’s Krzysia Balinska and Grupa Granica’s Monika Matus
The rhetoric around Russia’s invasion of Ukraine serves to construct the other side as evil, helping to justify military aggression and human suffering, argue Dr Maren Rohe and Professor Sara Jones