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The World Cup in Qatar has passed without any reported arrests or police incidents involving British citizens, counter to expectations. While some have speculated that the restrictions on the availability of alcohol may have played a decisive role in the relative tranqui...

22 December 2022

Due Process International
Radha Stirling in Modern Diplomacy

1 December 2022

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When Qatar insisted on hosting the World Cup, people's love of soccer again surpassed their disapproval of dictators, corruption, and human rights abusesWhen Qatar insisted on hosting the World Cup, people's love of soccer again surpassed their disapproval of dictators, ...

24 November 2022

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Coroner tells FCDO to increase Dubai travel warnings.

23 November 2022

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More than 10,000 religious Jews from Israel and around the world are expected to arrive in Doha to attend the World Cup after having been assured by Qatari authorities that kosher food and places of worship would be available to them; however, Qatar has now reneged on th...

21 November 2022

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Oil & Rights: Truss policies follow familiar model.

13 October 2022

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World Cup Stadium an island in a sea of misery and abuse

14 September 2022

Interpol & Extradition
Asylum applications are difficult at the best of times. But what happens when there is an Interpol Red Notice active or a trumped up criminal charge in another country? A country will be deterred from offering asylum and may even consider deportation. For people in th...

5 September 2022

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Crispin Blunt today condemned the lack of British intervention over a constituent, Mr Christopher Emms, detained in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as a result of a US abuse of the Interpol Red Notice System.

22 August 2022

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UN to review the UAE’s torture of British national Albert Douglas

19 June 2022

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