Media Watch

'19Jan
28

Brexit is good news for those in the business of war

Image: Protest outside last week's Aerospace, Defence, Security and Space annual black tie dinner in London's Park Lane. Credit: Lydia Noon.While Brits have grown accustomed to turbulence in political fairyland,...
'19Jan
28

Debunking the Security Fears of a No Deal Brexit, the EAW and Interpol

Although I suspect most of the bobbies on the beat voted to Leave, their hierarchy is in charge of Project Terror, to influence how Parliament votes on the Withdrawal Agreement.CC0UK To Save $1.5 Bln in EU Tax...
'19Jan
28

Debunking the Security Fears of a No Deal Brexit, the EAW and Interpol

Although I suspect most of the bobbies on the beat voted to Leave, their hierarchy is in charge of Project Terror, to influence how Parliament votes on the Withdrawal Agreement.CC0UK To Save $1.5 Bln in EU Tax...
'19Jan
27

We Must Extend Article 50 To Avoid A Chaotic No-Deal Brexit

We’re running out of time. There are only 62 days until we leave the EU and the government doesn’t seem to have a plan for what happens next. Small and large businesses up and down the country are worried about the...
'19Jan
24

Press release: Foreign Secretary stresses importance of democratic values

Foreign Secretary, Jeremy Hunt is returning from Washington following meetings with Senior US Administration figures focused on the UK and US’s shared efforts to tackle the increasing challenges to democracy...
'19Jan
24

Venezuela's leadership crisis on verge of 'total disaster', UN chief warns

Moments before Padrino spoke, VTV aired messages of support from Venezuela's eight regional commanders from their military outposts throughout the country.With two declared leaders, unrest in the streets and...
'19Jan
23

EXCLUSIVE: How Liberal Media 'Operates as Propaganda System for State Power'

They regularly issue "media alerts", offering analysis on major global events and issues, seeking to draw attention to the misleading "limits" within which corporate media operates. They also frequently challenge...
'19Jan
22

Zimbabwe president says 'heads will roll' after protest crackdown

The leader, who last year replaced longtime strongman Robert Mugabe, returned earlyfrom the annual jamboree in the Swiss alpine resort town of Davos.He left his Minister of Finance, Mthuli Ncube, to continue...
'19Jan
21

Brexit reopens Northern Ireland's old wounds

Derry is Northern Ireland's second largest city, home to about 100,000 people. It is also soon to be the United Kingdom's principal border city with the European Union.Its fringes touch the border with the Republic...
'19Jan
20

Coups and murder: the sinister world of apartheid’s secret mercenaries

Keith Maxwell, the self-declared “commodore” of the South African Institute for Maritime Research (SAIMR), liked to dress up on special occasions in the garish costume of a 18th-century admiral, with a three-...

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