Amnesty believes Russia is ramping up propaganda to justify its brutal treatment of captured Ukrainian soldiers. Continue reading Amnesty International: Ukrainian soldiers ‘dehumanised’ by Russia
By any estimate, hundreds if not thousands of lives have already been lost since Russia invaded Ukraine. Continue reading Ukraine conflict: What would a no fly zone achieve?
RUSSIA’S invasion of Ukraine has seen war return to Europe and the start of a battle for truth. Continue reading Coming soon – A Redaction Report series on Ukraine’s history
Syrian journalist and activist Waad Al-Kateab has welcomed the potential for change in Labour’s foreign policy and called for the opposition to take a stronger stance against Russian involvement in Syria. Continue reading Labour’s foreign policy rethink welcomed by Syrian documentary maker Waad Al-Kateab
Dr Rubrick Biegon of Kent University told Redaction Politics there is real appetite among Joe Biden’s team to de-escalate tensions and cooperate internationally. Continue reading For a Biden presidency, warming relations with Putin’s Russia could prove impossible
Turkey’s embrace of hard power tactics could see it having to face more aggressive neighbours, a leading regional expert told Redaction Politics. Continue reading Turkey’s increasing aggression is a risky strategy for Erdoğan
Russia will ultimately decide the extent of Turkish involvement in the escalating Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict, a leading regional expert told Redaction Politics. Continue reading Russian intervention in Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict would send Turkey packing
Speaking on the recent publication of the Russia report, Dr Duncan, Associate Professor of Russian Politics and Society at University College London, believes that Russian involvement in British democracy is ‘systemic’. Continue reading ‘There will be more attacks inside Britain’ according to Russian foreign policy expert – and powerful vested interests are undermining our national security