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British Foreign Policy and the UK Weapons Trade

By Matthew JAMISON | Strategic Culture Foundation | 24.02.2017

Back in the halcyon days of the election of the first Labour Government in Britain in over 18 years, the New Labour Foreign Secretary Robin Cook 

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Military Tribunals for Trial of Civilians

(We live in a Corporate World after all – ED.)

PressTV-‘Bahrain military tribunals violation of intl. law’

The Bahraini regime plans to try protesters and political opposition figures in military courts, even though international law requires governments to hold non-military tribunals for civilians, says Colin Cavell, a former lecturer at the University of Bahrain from West Virginia. 292 more words

Post-Entry Preference Program Claims II

Dear Friends,

We wrote to you back in November about a development which was expected to expand the number of preferential duty claims that could be asserted for the first time via protest.  155 more words

U.S. Customs And Border Protection (US CBP)

Formula 1: Impressions

Working in Dubai, it’s almost inescapable to start hearing murmurings of Formula 1. Always with my nose in a book, I hardly even know what’s going on in American football, maybe a tiny bit of baseball, and certainly not car racing – and I’m sure that’s probably not even the right way to classify Formula 1. 573 more words



My second internship was at Local Network, Kochi, which is now a part of the big league in Kerala and is giving all national agencies a run for their money. 448 more words