A British soldier who handled a notorious IRA informer also gave spy tips to east African wildlife rangers whose shoot-to-kill anti-poaching policy killed dozens of innocent Kenyans, Phil Miller reports.
The Infrastructure of Militarism in Somalia
African states are more involved in the war on terror than we may think, writes Samar Al-Bulushi.
Who Gets it First?
The run on the coronavirus vaccine is also about power and image. Dispatches from Argentina, Kenya and Serbia.
Passing as a Refugee
For those who are stateless, “fraud” can allow for the smuggling of truths into administrative lies, writes Keren Weitzberg.
COVID-19: Complicit in Millions of Deaths Since 1945, UK Govt Won’t Face Justice Over Virus
Britain’s unwritten constitution is still permeated by the medieval concept of Crown immunity. It deems ministers can’t break the law and act not as persons but agents of the Crown, says Mark Curtis.
Bases, Bases, Everywhere … Except in the Pentagon’s Report
These installations exist somewhere between light and shadow, writes Nick Turse. While acknowledged as foreign military outposts, they are excluded from the official inventory.