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The Coronavirus Crisis: 'Liberal Swine' – How the Kremlin Exploits the Pandemic for Propaganda
Kseniya Kirillova exposes the attempts to discredit the West, undermine Ukraine, and persecute dissidents in the current Russian disinformation campaign.
The Coronavirus Crisis: Morocco's Cohesion and Solidarity is a Lesson to us All
Jonathan Fenton-Harvey reports on how the popular tourist destination is providing hospitality and support to stranded travellers as well as its own citizens.
The Coronavirus Crisis: China Capitalises on COVID-19 By Blaming Foreigners
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: Myanmar's Lockdown on Truth
Tasnim Nazeer looks at the impact of Myanmar’s denial of COVID-19 on its own citizens and the rest of the world.
The Coronavirus Crisis: Enter the Far-Right
Will sowing division and hate by blaming the Coronavirus pandemic on Chinese and Asian people be part of Donald Trump's 2020 re-election strategy?
A Good Day to Bury Bad News: US Justice Department Drops Charges over Russia’s 2016 Election Interference
Caroline Orr reports on how charges against indicted Putin Ally Yevgeny Prigozhin were abandoned just as the coronavirus pandemic in the US set a deadly new record.
Journalism Under Threat: 'In the Battle for Truth, You have to say who Lies'
Fiona O'Connor reports on the threats being faced by women journalists around the world and how one of the loudest voices against the Philippines' Rodrigo Duterte is standing firm.
The Dangerous Duo of Trump and Putin Weaponising Coronavirus Disinformation
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.
Putin is Changing the Russian Constitution for his Own Ends
Kseniya Kirillova analyses the new laws which enshrine the Russian President's future power, control of the past and attempts to mobilise Russian expansion.
The Coronavirus Crisis: Has the Public Still Had Enough of Experts?
Otto English explores the disinformation which has been spreading as fast as the Coronavirus and considers the soil which allowed the denigration of facts and expertise to flower.
Is Russia Working with Myanmar's Military to Incite Hatred of the Rohingya?
Stephen Komarnyckyj reports on social media activity supporting the repression of the Rohingya Muslim minority in Myanmar.
Are Uyghur Muslims' Organs Being Illegally Removed to Save China's Coronavirus Patients?
CJ Werleman reports on how China is meeting organ transplant demand when the country has a voluntary donor rate of only one for every two million citizens.
EXCLUSIVE British Arms Sales Aiding Repression in Chile
Steve Shaw reports on the UK Government's decision to continue to sell millions of pounds in arms and crowd-control equipment to Chile, where police are cracking down on protests against inequality and corruption.
Between Two Clashing Rocks: European Refugees Doubly Victimised
Tasnim Nazeer reports on the migrant crisis in Greece on 20,000 people threatened by a rising tide of hostility.
Life in the Farage Lane
Gawain Towler spills the beans on the fast and furious task of being Nigel Farage’s right-hand man, an era which seems to have drawn to a close with the end of the Brexit Party.