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Rich Martyn fears for the fate of people like the interpreter and teacher he met while in Afghanistan, and explains how the tragedy also affects others who served there
Amid the multiple similarities between the populism of Donald Trump and Brexit, Peter Jukes and Heidi Siegmund Cuda look at the stark differences between the way in which the UK Parliament and the US Congress deal with threats to democracy
hat could further repress press freedom in the country – despite initially planning to suspend the vote after ruling coalition collapsed
CJ Werleman reports on the disinformation being disseminated by those on the Christian right around the Coronavirus which is now spreading via social media to followers further afield
EXCLUSIVE ‘An Appropriate Donor’: AI Research at Oxford University Funded by Controversial Firm Linked to Chinese State
A £300,000 artificial intelligence project at the university is sponsored by Tencent – a Chinese company reportedly involved in censorship, surveillance, and Xi Jinping’s propaganda regime
Philippe Auclair discusses the cultural isolation and loss which will result from British musical artists being deterred from performing in Europe