UK government urged to stop SLAPPS

Leading UK editors have called on the UK government to back meaningful anti-SLAPP protections to defend media freedom.In an open letter to Justice Secretary Dominic Raab, more than 70 journalists, lawyers, […]

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War damage in Kyiv


Media Freedom

Ukraine analysis


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Russia’s disintegrating neighbourhood

Thomas de Waal, senior fellow with Carnegie Europe, brought his expertise on Russia, Eastern Europe and the Caucasus to an AEJ UK lunch on November 23.He examined the impact on Russia's neighbours of the war in […]

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The view from Palestine

Dr Husam Zomlot, head of the Palestinian Mission to the UK since 2018 and former adviser to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, was strongly critical of western hypocrisy towards Palestine when he spoke at an AEJ UK […]

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Holding Russia accountable

International human rights lawyer Aarif Abraham argues that the only legal way to make Russia accountable for a crime of aggression in the Ukraine is to establish a special tribunal. At an AEJ UK lunch meeting […]

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