Secret affairs with radical Islam: why Britain’s covert foreign policy needs to change.
British Politics and Policy at LSE
(08 Nov 2010)
The British and American response to the ‘global war on terror’ has put a premium on secrecy in the name of ‘national security.’ Adam Brown argues that the UK government has covered-up both past human rights abuses by its own or allied armed forces and intelligence services, and its collusion with Islamic extremists for political and economic expediency. Yet both policies denying transparency have ultimately made Britain and the West less secure
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