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David Morrison

Writer, co-author of of 'A Dangerous Delusion: Why the West is Wrong about Nuclear Iran'

David Morrison has written widely on the deception perpetrated by the British government to induce the British public to support military action against Iraq. He is the author with Peter Oborne of A Dangerous Delusion: Why the West is Wrong about Nuclear Iran published in April 2013. More of his writing is available at www.david-morrison.org.uk.

US U-turn on Enrichment Made Nuclear Deal With Iran Possible

It seems that the Bush administration was not concerned about whether Iran had a nuclear weapons programme. What concerned it most was that the world would come to believe that Iran hadn't one - and as a result the US would no longer be able to rely on international support for maintaining pressure on Iran with the ultimate objective of overthrowing the Islamic regime.
16/07/2015 10:35 BST

Britain's Nuclear Deterrent Isn't 'Independent'

The Conservative Party is in favour of Britain retaining a nuclear weapons system, and so is the Labour Party. To that end, both are committed to the replacement of the four submarines built in Britain from which US-supplied Trident II missiles carrying nuclear warheads can be launched.
14/04/2015 11:22 BST

Palestine Defies the US/EU and Joins the ICC

Thanks to Britain and the EU, two years have wasted, two years during which Israel has continued its colonisation of Palestinian territory - and continued to ignore pleas from Britain and the EU (and others) to cease - and in which the possibility of a viable Palestinian state being established has been further reduced.
02/02/2015 11:07 GMT

The West Lothian Question: The McKay Commission's Answer

Tam Dalyell, then MP for West Lothian, asked this question in a House of Commons debate on 14 November 1977 on a Bill to give devolution to Scotland and continued to ask it in various forms in his unbending opposition to Scottish devolution. That is the West Lothian question...
06/10/2014 12:14 BST

NATO Warns Ukraine Against Using Army

Not before time, it appears, the West is reining in its clients in Kiev and urging them to refrain from using the Ukrainian army to put down opposition in the east of the country. Good sense has prevailed at last in Western capitals and further bloodshed will hopefully be avoided in Donetsk and Lugansk.
05/06/2014 16:15 BST

Nato and Ukraine

Ukraine is not a member of NATO, but it is a NATO 'partner'. In fact, it has had co-operation agreements with NATO since it became an independent state in 1991...
03/06/2014 11:57 BST

Obama Lied About a Referendum in Kosovo

In Brussels, on 26 March 2014, President Obama lied about a referendum being held in Kosovo prior to its secession from Serbia in February 2008. He was trying to justify US support for Kosovo's secession from Serbia at that time, while condemning Russia for supporting Crimea's secession from Ukraine today...
31/03/2014 12:03 BST

Kosovo and Crimea: US/EU Double Standards

Question: Why was it permissible for the US and most EU states to recognise Kosovo as an independent state in 2008 (contrary to the wishes of Serbia) but, according to these states, it is not permissible for Russia to recognise Crimea as an independent state in 2014 (contrary to the wishes of Ukraine)?
24/03/2014 11:44 GMT

How William Hague Deceived the House of Commons on Ukraine

In a statement on 4 March 2014, Foreign Minister William Hague deceived the House of Commons about the legitimacy of the new regime in Ukraine... He led the House to believe that the Ukrainian parliament, the Verkhovna Rada, had removed President Yanukovich from power on 22 February in accordance with the Ukrainian constitution.
10/03/2014 10:05 GMT