Before serving as a fixer and reporter for the BBC in Ukraine, Orysia Khimiak handled PR for a start-up called Reface which created what the Washington Post called a “reality distorting app” now serving as “a kind of Ukrainian war-messaging tool.”
The British government ploughed at least £82.7m of public money into media projects in countries bordering or near Russia in the four years to 2021.
Awards and honours bestowed by States or private committees, republican or monarchical, are bound to be corrupted by considerations of hypocrisy, racketeering and general, chummy disposition.
In September 2021, the chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Poland published a report entitled “Three Seas Initiative and the Opportunities for Global Britain”.
A report that the CIA was plotting to murder or kidnap Julian Assange is credible and it should not be in the least bit surprising that the agency sometimes known as Murder Inc would stoop to such criminality.
Shakespeare, through the mouth of a frightened Henry IV, expresses the fear and impotence of man due to the absence of certainties in the face of the chaos of the move: “My God, if we had the option of reading in the book of destiny and seeing the
Since late 2019, Britain has had a stable government with a large parliamentary majority, which has signalled that it takes defence – and the security of its allies and partners – more seriously than its predecessors (or any conceivable alternativ
Social media giant Twitter has announced that it will work with Reuters and the Associated Press to censor supposed “misinformation” on the platform, while actively promoting news stories that they deem to be “credible.”