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‘This War Shows It’s Very Fragile to Rely On Force’: Meet Ukraine’s Human Rights Activists

, 27 April 2022
Sian Norris speaks to three campaigners fighting for a fairer, more equal Ukraine when the war ends

‘I Looked Outside: Apocalypse’ Easter in Odesa

, 25 April 2022
Zarina Zabrisky visits the site of a high-rise residential building in Odesa shelled by Russian forces on Orthodox Easter Saturday

The ‘Madman Despot’ Theory Only Serves to Embolden Vladimir Putin

, 25 April 2022
Dimitris Dimitriadis and Iain Overton explore how accusations of insanity serve to strengthen the Russian President’s hand in Ukraine

Boris Johnson’s Hypocrisy over India Bulldozes the Rights of those Persecuted Under Modi

, 22 April 2022
The Prime Minister is determined to look the other way as Narendra Modi oppresses Muslims and erodes democratic rights in India – while allying with Putin's regime, reports Adam Bienkov

Exclusive UK Officials Rub Shoulders with Sanctioned Russian Arms Firms at World Defence Show

, 22 April 2022
Experts cast doubt on the logic and morality of the Government’s decision to attend a Saudi arms fair alongside firms held responsible for the devastation in Ukraine

Exclusive A Russian Diplomat, Graham Phillips and the Conservative Friends of Russia

, 22 April 2022
The Byline Times Team investigates claims that a Russian diplomat with links to the Conservative Party assisted a British pro-Putin propagandist

Exclusive Putin’s War On Net Zero: Controlling ‘Europe’s Breadbasket’ to Prevent Russia’s Fossil Fuel Collapse

, 21 April 2022
Russian Government-backed scientific studies suggest that the war in Ukraine is the world’s first rear-guard military attack on the global climate movement, reports Nafeez Ahmed

Tackling Climate Change is the Best Way to Defeat Putin

, 20 April 2022
The West has an incredibly powerful weapon against Russia which it has so far refused to use, argues Mike Buckley.

‘Unbelievable Incompetence or a Cynical Betrayal’: Jane and Nadia’s Journey Through the ‘Homes for Ukraine’ Scheme

, 13 April 2022
Alexandra Hall Hall documents the hurdles at every step experienced by Jane in bringing Nadia and her family to the UK – and questions why the Government created a system that seems deliberately difficult for those who want to help Ukrainians in need

‘Boys are Going to School and we Are Not – It’s Injustice’: The Taliban’s Impact on Afghan Women’s Education

, 13 April 2022
Aaquib Khan pays another visit to a women's education institute in Kandahar and learns about the reversal in rights and empowerment girls are facing living in the country under Taliban rule
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