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Analysis into Israel's airstrikes against tall buildings during the May 2021 conflict revealed 15 high-rises were hit – with Human Rights Watch asking if four of the strikes constituted a war crime15 high-rises were hit – with Human Rights Watch asking if four of the strikes constituted a war crime
Jonathan Fenton-Harvey explores how the power balance in the region has shifted following last year’s US Presidential Election
The Ministry of Defence paid out more compensation for property damage in northern Europe than for the death of an Afghan child, reports Murray Jones
EXCLUSIVE Overseas Assistance Austerity: Government’s Drastic Cuts to Foreign Aid, Health, Climate and Gender Equality Revealed
Official new accounts published by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office have revealed some eye-catching changes to the UK’s spending priorities abroad
As the Government comes under pressure for abandoning its Afghan allies, Sam Bright reveals the number of people turned down by the UK
EXCLUSIVE ‘They Are Keeping Us Here to be Killed’: The Loyal Afghans Abandoned by Johnson’s Government
Katharine Quarmby lays bare the gap between rhetoric and reality in the Government’s Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme
Iain Overton considers how London’s biggest arms trade fair reveals the true face of modern conflict – and why civilians will bear the brunt of this autonomous, distanced new form of warfare
The Byline Intelligence Team attended the opening day of London's controversial Government-backed arms fair to witness the protests and hear the voices of those who have fled the bombs now on sale
CJ Werleman reports on the announcement of a new strategic alliance between Australia, the UK and the US which is likely to tackle threats posed by Beijing
The Belvedere Forum invited Zbigniew Rau to speak alongside UK politicians, despite him referring to LGBTIQ rights as creating a "civilisation of death"
Nafeez Ahmed examines the direct and indirect deaths of the post 9/11 era, as a new kind of state-sanctioned mass violence became globalised and normalised
Professor David Carroll reflects on the “colonialist, aristocratic, and oligarchic” assumptions of the campaigning firm involved in Trump and Brexit