Boris Johnson forced to resign

Boris Johnson has been forced to resign as Conservative Party leader and is scheduled to be replaced as prime minister on September 5 after summer voting by members of his Conservative […]

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Covid and Boris – the future

Covid infections rising. The launch of a public inquiry into the handling of covid. Prime Minister Boris Johnson facing more questions.Halfway through 2022 it might have felt like a re-run of […]

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War damage in Kyiv


Belarus editor arrested

Belarusian authorities have arrested and charged a prominent independent editor in their continuing two-year crackdown on independent journalism.On 20 April Belarusian special forces raided the […]

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Media Freedom

Ukraine analysis

Putin on stage

Vladimir Putin has been a player on the world stage for some time – now he's on London's theatre stage. The AEJ's Anthony Robinson, former […]

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Sanctions on Russia – an assessment

International economic strategist and sanctions expert Timothy Ash assessed the impact of international sanctions on Russia’s ability to prosecute the war in Ukraine at an AEJ UK lunch meeting on July 4.A senior strategist at BlueBay […]

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