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Brexit, Coronavirus, insurrection – the first five months of the year were packed with concerning developments on many fronts
Jobbik was once considered to be the greatest threat to Hungarian democracy – now it is part of an alliance trying to save it
An update to the Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy will make it much harder for Afghans who worked with and for the British to seek protection here, say campaigners
A complex algorithm is being used to determine whether military personnel were involved in trying to overthrow the Turkish Government – with devastating consequences, reports Stephen Delahunty
As the fiasco of UK Government's evacuation of Afghanistan is exposed, Byline Times speaks to the son of a family terrorised by the Taliban because their father worked for the British Army
Joe Walsh compares the treatment of ministers, when they became embroiled in accusations of cronyism, in the UK and South Africa
A new infrastructure deal between Dubai and New Delhi is a staggering blow for the Muslim majority territory’s aspirations for self-determination, says CJ Werleman
Sian Norris speaks with an Afghan women’s rights activist in hiding, as she asks: will the Government come to her and others’ aid?
With all eyes on the Ukraine and Belarus, Moscow is quietly turning its attention to Bosnia-Herzegovina, reports CJ Werleman
The delays to launching the Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme risks more families making dangerous journeys to the UK – or fall victim to Taliban threats
A runaway child bride whose sister is a British citizen is one of countless Afghans stranded in hiding, with the ‘safe and legal routes’ promised by UK Government yet to materialise
EXCLUSIVE The Non-Disclosure Agreements Hiding University Partnerships with State-Backed Chinese Tech Firms
Max Colbert explores how UK universities are bound to secrecy over their links to controversial Chinese companies
Elizabeth Mistry and Patrick Timmons provide the background on a new attempt to expose corruption and human rights abuses in Mexico
EXCLUSIVE Toxic Banter on Military Forum Over Kenyan Woman's Death Exposes Gross Misogyny in Armed Forces
An investigation into posts made in wake of the murder of a Kenyan sex worker Agnes Wanjiru include discussions of how the army will brush the death 'under the carpet'
EXCLUSIVE Authoritarian Influence? 75% of Russell Group Universities Hold Agreements with State-Linked Chinese Tech Firms
Are partnerships between the UK’s leading higher education institutions and Chinese companies suggestive of a new intellectual 'Belt and Road' strategy from Beijing? Max Colbert and The Citizens report
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