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Saudi Arms Sales: How Much Longer Can the Government Defend Prolonging War in Yemen?
With a Saudi-led coalition continuing to drop bombs on Yemen, campaigners prepare to take the UK Government to court again over its arms sales to the kingdom
Why Scandals and a ‘Superman’ Image Won’t Help Trump
In an election packed with scandals and allegations of foreign meddling Kseniya Kirillova writes that Trump will need a lot more than Superman imagery and false accusations to win
EXCLUSIVE Ukraine’s Pivotal Role in the Trump-Putin Deal
Robert Waldeck with a comprehensive, compelling account of how the Ukraine crisis propelled Putin’s information war, the courtship of Donald Trump and the targeting of Joe Biden
Would Biden Turn Around Trump’s Destructive Middle East Legacy?
Donald Trump’s foreign policy has led to more instability in the Middle East but, as Jonathan Fenton-Harvey reports, the election of Joe Biden may not mean significant change
EXCLUSIVE Trumpocracy in the UK: Did British Conservative Lobby Group Help Shape Trump’s ‘Muslim Ban’?
In the second part of its special investigation, Byline Times reveals how the man credited with inspiring Trump’s ‘Muslim ban’ had close links with members of a British conservative lobby group with links to Steve Bannon and the Mercers
EXCLUSIVE ‘Unnecessary Secrecy’: Government Dodges Scrutiny on Hong Kong Over Fears of Harming Relations with China
How serious is the UK about upholding its historic responsibility towards its former colony, where a crisis of democracy is unfolding before the world's eyes?
The ‘Lukashenko Must Go’ Campaign Faces its Final Crusade
If a national strike fails to bring down Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, opposition forces will be forced to play the long game, reports Nikola Mikovic