The announcement raises suspicion that Britain is sending more controversial weaponry to Ukraine that it does not want made public, Matt Kennard reports.
Tag: BAE Systems
War Profiteers Oversee Pentagon Spending
The foxes are guarding the hen house with billions under review by the Commission on the National Defense Strategy, writes Eli Clifton. And the potential conflicts of interest start at the top.
Britain’s Tangled Involvement in Yemen
The loan of a U.K. military officer raises further questions about impartiality of the office of the U.N. special envoy to Yemen when Martin Griffiths, a Briton, was in the post, Matt Kennard and Mark Curtis report.
Opening the Floodgates for Profiteers of War
If it passes, the Reed/Inhofe amendment invoking wartime emergency spending powers will give the merchants of death what they are looking for, write Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies.
Fast Track to Armageddon
Australia’s hypersonic missile development, rather than promoting peace in the region, is helping ignite an arms race and increasing the chance of conflict, writes Peter Cronau of Declassified AU.
UK Military & Spy Agencies Wrap Themselves in ‘Woke’
British military policy organizations exploit the struggles of marginalized people while remaining complicit in savaging the same communities abroad, writes Freya India.
Michelle Fahy investigates the Australian Strategic Policy Institute’s development of deep connections to the world’s largest and most powerful military weapons manufacturers.
An English Village’s Dirty Secret
Matt Kennard and Phil Miller’s new film about a BAE factory town features an ex-government adviser on Saudi arms sales speaking on camera with a journalist for the first time.