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Belarus: Are the Russians Coming?
Nikola Mikovic assesses the chances Putin will intervene militarily in his turbulent neighbour given the dangerous precedent of Ukraine
The Lebanese Civilians Fighting Corruption with Dignity
Jonathan Fenton-Harvey reports on how ordinary people have stepped in to pick up the pieces in the wake of the explosion in Beirut, which shockingly laid bare the country’s corrupt status quo
Conspiracy and Paranoia: Lukashenko is Trying to Exploit the Fears of Moscow and the West
The Belarusian dictator has hatched a complex, contradictory plan to stay in power, reports Kseniya Kirillova
For Fear of Punishment: Beijing’s Political Weapon of Silence in Hong Kong
China's strategy for the former British colony is unique – to encourage self-censorship through fear. Tommy Walker reports from Hong Kong
Project Fear Becomes Project Reality: Whither Brexit Negotiations Now?
Mike Buckley looks at the most likely options for the UK as the Brexit transition phase nears an end – and sees a catastrophic ‘no deal’ break as the most likely outcome
EXCLUSIVE ‘Death is Everywhere’: Millions More Uyghurs Missing
CJ Werleman reports on evidence that up to nine million Uyghurs are unaccounted for and allegations Chinese authorities plan to kill, incarcerate or convert the whole population
The Repression of Indigenous Chile
Carole Concha Bell reports on how the Mapuche indigenous community is being tyrannised by far-right groups, multinationals and the Government
Greed and Destruction: COVID-19 Isn’t Slowing the Demolition of the Amazon
Monica Piccinini reports on the relentless felling of forest habitats by Brazilian big business and Government
SWEENEY INVESTIGATES: What Changed to Make Evgeny Lebedev No Longer a Security Risk?
John Sweeney investigates the Russian newspaper proprietor who parties with the Prime Minister and the change in security clearance that enabled his ennoblement
Facebook Withholding Evidence of Myanmar’s Rohingya Genocide
Steve Shaw reports on how the social media platform was used to fuel violence against the country’s Muslim minority in 2017
Will Putin Trap Belarus Further As It Struggles for Freedom?
Nikola Mikovic explores the extent to which the eastern European country's fate is tied to Russia and its dependence on it for resources
Trump’s Middle East ‘Peace Deal’ Between Israel and the United Arab Emirates is a Facade
Political posturing has duped the West into celebrating a hollow Arab-Israeli accord, reports Jonathan Fenton-Harvey
EXCLUSIVE Arrest of Hong Kong Activists Linked to Damning UK Parliamentary Group Report on Police Brutality
Following the arrest of campaigners under the new National Security Law, British parliamentarians condemn the Hong Kong Police's response to their report examining breaches of humanitarian law and human rights by the force
China's War on Critics and Democracy
CJ Werleman speaks to Drew Pavlou about his experience of the force of Chinese Communist Party repression – when he held a protest at his university in Australia
Russia Will Use a Weakened Lukashenko to its Advantage
Kseniya Kirillova explores why the widespread protests in Belarus following its rigged Presidential Election provide an opportunity for Vladimir Putin