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Category Archives: Multilateral Foreign Policy
The findings of Sir Jeremy Heywood’s report into Britain’s involvement in advising India on the “removal of Sikh dissidents” from Amritsar’s Golden Temple in 1984 has been met with disquiet and calls for a full independent inquiry. Hardeep Singh looks into some of the reasons why.
The thugs patrolling Bangkok’s streets are prepared for violence and have the financial backing of a tiny group of the wealthiest people in the country.
The Spanish Parliament has voted to press ahead with a bill which will limit the ability of Spanish judges to pursue human rights cases outside the country.
By becoming a protest party on Europe, Conservatives have abandoned influence in the key foreign policy crises which will determine war and peace on our borders.
The newly elected Israeli Labour leader Isaac Herzog sat down to discuss the Britain-Israel relationship with Toby Greene, the deputy editor of Fathom, and Richard Pater, head of BICOM in Israel.
France’s Socialist government has dropped plans to update family law after protests by conservative groups.
Tony Blair’s support for the Egyptian military puts the lie to the former prime minister’s repeated declarations of support for democracy and human rights.