Mark Curtis - Archive

Revealed: UK Troops ‘Secretly Operating in Yemen’ By Naseh Shaker, Phil Miller, and Mark Curtis, July 08, 2021
Foreign Minister James Cleverly Accused of Breaking UK Ministerial Code over Arms to Israel By Mark Curtis, July 05, 2021
Britain’s Role in Rwanda’s 1994 Genocide By Mark Curtis, April 07, 2021
Sky News Acts Largely as a Platform for the UK Defence and Foreign Ministries, Research Finds By Mark Curtis, February 03, 2021
Revealed: Key Assange Prosecution Witness Is Part of Academic Cluster Which Has Received Millions of Pounds from UK and US Militaries By Matt Kennard and Mark Curtis, October 05, 2020
As British Judge Made Rulings Against Julian Assange, Her Husband Was Involved with Right-wing Lobby Group Briefing Against WikiLeaks Founder By Matt Kennard and Mark Curtis, September 07, 2020
Harry Potter, British Spies, and the Arms Corporations Penetrating UK Schools By Matt Kennard and Mark Curtis, June 03, 2020
How the UK Press Is Misinforming the Public About Britain’s Role in the World By Mark Curtis, March 11, 2020
Revealed: Chief Magistrate Lady Arbuthnot in Assange Case Received Financial Benefits from Secretive Partner Organisations of UK Foreign Office By Matt Kennard and Mark Curtis, February 25, 2020
Is the UK a Rogue State? 17 British Policies Violating Domestic or International Law By Mark Curtis, February 14, 2020
Conflict of Interest: Julian Assange’s Judge and Her Husband’s Links to the British Military Establishment Exposed by WikiLeaks By Mark Curtis and Matt Kennard, November 19, 2019
Britain and Oman: Will Their Growing Special Relationship Survive Succession? By Mark Curtis, June 22, 2019
How the West’s War in Libya Has Spurred Terrorism in 14 Countries By Mark Curtis, May 06, 2019
The Twitter Smearing of Corbyn and Assange. Britain’s “Integrity Initiative” By Mark Curtis, February 19, 2019
When It Comes to Middle East Policy, the UK Is Nothing but a Rogue State By Mark Curtis, February 19, 2019
Twitter and the Smearing of Corbyn and Assange: A Research Note on the “Integrity Initiative” By Mark Curtis, December 30, 2018
Julian Assange Should Be Thanked – Not Smeared – for Wikileaks’ Service to Journalism By Mark Curtis, October 27, 2018
Will the US and UK seek a Palace Coup against Mohammed bin Salman? By Mark Curtis, October 27, 2018
Are the US and UK Empowering Al-Qaeda in Yemen? By Mark Curtis, September 10, 2018
How the UK Sees Opportunity and Profit in Sisi’s Repressive Egypt By Mark Curtis, August 12, 2018
UK Favours Extremism Over Democracy in Syria By Mark Curtis, July 24, 2018
Murder on the Beach: British-backed Wars Helped Create Tunisian Killer By Mark Curtis, July 10, 2018
Britain Needs a Full Public Inquiry into Libya War By Mark Curtis, June 16, 2018
The Raw Truth About the UK’s Special Relationship with Israel By Mark Curtis, June 06, 2018
Afghanistan: Declassified Documents By Mark Curtis, January 25, 2018
Both London and Manchester Terrorists Linked to UK Covert Operations in Syria and Libya By Mark Curtis, June 08, 2017
The British Establishment Is Putting Our Lives at Risk: Our State’s Key Ally Is a Major Public Threat By Mark Curtis, May 26, 2017
Britain’s Post-Brexit Foreign Policy Is Becoming Clearer – And It’s Not Pretty By Mark Curtis, November 16, 2016
Britain’s Seven Covert Wars: RAF Drones, Embedded SAS Forces By Mark Curtis, October 15, 2016
Outright Lying: We Know about the Lies over Iraq but What about Syria? By Mark Curtis, August 23, 2016
Oil, Military and Intelligence Ops in the Arabian Gulf: Britain’s Dangerous and Ignored Special Relationship With Oman By Mark Curtis, August 13, 2016
UK’s collusion with radical Islam: Bin Laden, the Taliban, Zawahiri: Britain’s Done Business With Them All By Mark Curtis, July 07, 2010
Britain’s Weapons’ Exports: It’s thriving, but lethal By Mark Curtis, May 31, 2009
The myth of the ‘honest broker’: Britain and Israel By Mark Curtis, March 30, 2006
Covert support of violence will return to haunt us By Mark Curtis, October 06, 2005