A short history of neo-Nazism in Ukraine in response to NewsGuard’s charge that Consortium News published false content about its extent.
Cambridge University’s Course for Spooks
A former MI6 chief and an ex-C.I.A. officer are offering a program for budding intelligence practitioners at Magdalene College, Cambridge — one of several U.K. universities with links to British intelligence, Mark Curtis reports.
Corbyn on the Establishment’s Campaign Against Him
In an interview with Matt Kennard, the former Labour Party leader speaks candidly about British media, the U.K. military and intelligence services, Israel, Keir Starmer, Julian Assange and Saudi Arabia.
UK Spook Set to Repeat Syria Role in Ukraine
Shadowy U.K. intel figure Hamish de Bretton-Gordon was at the forefront of chemical weapons deceptions in Syria. Now in Ukraine, he’s up to his old tricks again, writes Kit Klarenberg at The Gray Zone.
The British Cabal Behind a Gulf Dictatorship
Senior figures in the British establishment have secretly served as “privy councillors” to a highly repressive dictatorship in the Gulf state of Oman, Phil Miller reports.
Britain’s Profiteering Spymasters Ignored the Country’s Biggest Threats
While spinning the revolving doors, they have endangered the public by neglecting bigger security threats, like coronavirus and climate change, write Matt Kennard and Mark Curtis.
Reaching for Guns & Money
Oct. 9 — the date in 1967 when Che Guevara was murdered — should be celebrated as the International Day to Abolish the CIA, writes Vijay Prashad.
Britain and the Iranian Revolution: Arms & Secret Deals
Mark Curtis reviews the expediency that for many decades has marked U.K. policy toward Iran.