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Neil Clark

Neil Clark

Neil Clark
Neil Clark is a journalist, writer, broadcaster and blogger. He has written for many newspapers and magazines in the UK and other countries including The Guardian, Morning Star, Daily and Sunday Express, Mail on Sunday, Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph, New Statesman, The Spectator, The Week, and The American Conservative. He is a regular pundit on RT and has also appeared on BBC TV and radio, Sky News, Press TV and the Voice of Russia. He is the co-founder of the Campaign For Public Ownership @PublicOwnership. His award winning blog can be found at www.neilclark66.blogspot.com. He tweets on politics and world affairs @NeilClark66
​Very vicious circle: UK govt hypes terror threat its policies create ​Very vicious circle: UK govt hypes terror threat its policies create
If the UK government really sought to keep the nation safe from terrorism, it would stop meddling in the internal affairs of Mideast states instead of hyping the Islamic terror threat, and at the same time, doing everything for it to be in place. October 16, 2014 15:02
The world’s wildlife in peril and it’s time for urgent action The world’s wildlife in peril and it’s time for urgent action
While global attention is focused on #IS, the so-called “terrorist threat,” and the US's latest military action in the Middle East, there was a news story this week which really should have been the lead story everywhere in the world. October 03, 2014 13:14
Why we need a new anti-war coalition of the left and right Why we need a new anti-war coalition of the left and right
World War 1 began with an attack on Serbia by Austro-Hungary in 1914. Today’s ongoing World War 3 – of which the current US-led air strikes on Iraq and Syria are only the latest instalment – began with NATO’s attack on Serbia/Yugoslavia in 1999. September 27, 2014 21:02
Forget napalm – President Wimp loves the smell of coffee in the morning Forget napalm – President Wimp loves the smell of coffee in the morning
Colonel Kilgore, in Coppola’s “Apocalypse Now,” said he loved the smell of napalm in the morning. By way of contrast, US President Barack Obama, prefers the smell of coffee. September 25, 2014 16:26
Blame neoliberalism, not Salmond, if the UK breaks up Blame neoliberalism, not Salmond, if the UK breaks up
If Scotland does decide to leave the UK, we can be sure that the Westminster elite and anti-Scottish media commentators will be ready to blame Alex Salmond, Scotland’s first minister, and his SNP party for the historic break-up. September 18, 2014 04:13
‘Our countries’ – the little slip that revealed so much ‘Our countries’ – the little slip that revealed so much
It was a little “slip” which tells us so much about how the US views the world. September 11, 2014 06:54
​‘George Galloway attack is an attack on all dissenters’ ​‘George Galloway attack is an attack on all dissenters’
Members of Britain’s political and media elite failed to show outrage over the brutal street attack on 60-year old pro-Palestinian British MP George Galloway, and to condemn unequivocally the assault which led to Galloway’s hospitalization. September 04, 2014 13:38
Tory party blues - all because they chose a Tony Blair clone as their leader Tory party blues - all because they chose a Tony Blair clone as their leader
The defection of Tory MP Douglas Carswell to UKIP is undoubtedly a major blow for British Prime Minister David Cameron and the ruling Conservative Party. August 29, 2014 13:34
​Kosovo and Ukraine: Compare and contrast ​Kosovo and Ukraine: Compare and contrast
There have been at least two countries in Europe in recent history that undertook ‘anti-terrorist’ military operations against ‘separatists’, but got two very different reactions from the Western elite. August 20, 2014 10:14

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