A report published last Friday by the Foreign Affairs Committee shows how easily the UK government is willing to sacrifice human rights in return for Saudi oil.
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Iran is not our friend, however smiley and polished their foreign minister is, and this deal has not solved any of the problems over Iran’s nuclear programme, much less over its regional agenda.
Chile’s current veering to the left will undoubtedly be seen as encouraging for a Labour Party seeking to steer a similar course.
The cuts to the number of army personnel are being blamed on austerity. They might just as well be blamed on the outdated Cold War thinking of our leaders.
Through their (in)direct support of Assad, the Stop the War Coalition blindly ignore Russia’s own imperialistic goals in the region and prove themselves anything but anti-war.
China, Cuba, Russia and Saudi Arabia have won three-year seats on the United Nations Human Rights Council.
When it comes to its new goals for the Middle East, is the US still overestimating what it can achieve?
Israel’s worst fear is the P5+1 signing a deal that leaves Iran closer than it can live with to a nuclear bomb.
The Indonesian government has taken several highly controversial measures to quash autonomist sentiments.
If David Cameron values human rights he will pull out of the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting
What Cameron’s decision appears to communicate is that accountability for mass murde isn’t that important to his government.