Wednesday, 26 June , 2019

UK

Top HRW official accuses Israel of meddling in UK, gets called...

10 Feb, 2019 Human Rights Watch (HRW) Middle East Director Sarah Leah Whitson is under fire from Jewish organizations after claiming Israel is meddling in...

Α Black Day for European Democracy. Europeans endorse US-led Coup d’...

The UK, France, Spain, Austria, Denmark, Sweden, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Netherlands, Germany, Portugal,among a number of countries, have announced their recognition of Juan Guaido as...

Germany-EU: Destroying Greece – also with refugees!

EU states begin returning refugees to Greece as German reunions slow Germany, UK and others to send asylum seekers back to where they first sought...

U.K. election: the Tories’ last gamble?

By Radhika Desai and Alan Freeman Even in an age of political and electoral upsets, Thursday’s U.K. election contained so many shocks that commentators...

Is Trump’s Agenda Starting to Show “Shades of Brown”? The Million...

By Peter Koenig Original post date: 31 January 2017 Where is Mr. Trump coming from and where is he going to? What is really on his...

Geopolitical impact of Mosul Operation on NATO’s supremacy in the Middle...

By Mehmet Bildik Original post date: 25 January 2017 Before World War I , Britain had enjoyed almost a century of unparalleled peace and prosperity. Despite rapid...

Boris Johnson signals shift in UK policy on Syria’s Assad

The UK accepts that Bashar al-Assad should be allowed to run for re-election in the event of a peace settlement in Syria, Boris Johnson...

Government austerity policy a breach of international human rights, says UN...

By Caroline Mortimer The British Government's austerity policies are a breach of international human rights, a new report by the UN has warned. The UN Committee on Economic, Social...

Free Movement of Labour and Brexit: Reclaiming National Sovereignty or a...

A ‘positive nationalism’, therefore, in contrast to insular reactionary nationalism, is both ‘popular’ and ‘democratic’. Its content is defined against, in the first instance, national ruling elites and involves ‘decisive struggles’ for democratic rights. Such struggles also have the inherent potential to interlink with other national struggles of a similar democratic and popular nature

TWENTY-FOUR HOURS IN YEMEN: UN, US, UK DEVASTATION, COMPLICITY AND DOUBLE...

On Tuesday 6th September, twenty-four hour monitoring by the country’s Legal Centre for Rights and Development (LCRD) recorded the bombings by the Saudi led “coalition”, armed by the US and UK and advised by their military specialists, thus collusion and co-operation of both countries render them equally culpable for the carnage.