Senior civil servants and military top brass move seamlessly into lucrative jobs in companies they were previously responsible for regulating, writes Richard Norton-Taylor.
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OPINION: Bellicose anti-China and anti-Russian Rhetoric is Meant for Us, Not Them
As in the dystopian novel 1984, Western propaganda that seems aimed at Moscow and Beijing is really intended for the citizens of the so-called Free World, writes retired Australian diplomat Tony Kevin.
LETTER FROM LONDON: The Price of Boris Johnson – Britain’s Covid-19 Debacle
Alexander Mercouris takes us through the blow-by-blow of the first four months of the crisis in Britain, and it’s not a pretty picture.
COVID-19: Donald Trump’s Caligula Moment
John Wight sizes up the tragedy and farce embodied by the U.S. president and notes that Britain has its own problems with leadership by disordered minds.
ASSANGE: A Tale of Three Extraditions
Three extradition cases in the UK illustrate how the U.S. dominates Britain, but Julian Assange’s best chance to go free is to show that this time Washington has gone too far, Joe Lauria reports.
New Westminster Cabinet Far to the Right of Thatcher’s
Boris Johnson ushers in the most right-wing British government since 1832, writes Craig Murray.