Arms Trade

Real Media: Royal Windsor Horse Show, Sponsored by Tyrants

Real Media: Royal Windsor Horse Show, Sponsored by Tyrants

May 19, 2018

Bahraini activists expose the tyranny of Bahrain’s King Hamad, and the relationship between the UK and Bahrain which endorses a violent regime through sponsorship, arms deals and a new UK naval base

Real Media: Direct Action to Stop A War

April 15, 2018

Sam Walton and Rev. Dan Woodhouse tell their story of how they were acquitted after breaking into a BAE systems airbase in Lancashire to damage fighter jets destined for the Saudi-led bombardment of Yemen

Israeli Military Strangles Its Own Weapons Manufacturer to Privatize It

March 14, 2018

Elbit Systems bought IMI at a bargain price because managers made sure the company was poorly run to provide an excuse for privatization, explains TRNN’s Shir Hever

Join The Dots: What’s the Deal? Brexit, Arms and Corporate Power

October 3, 2017

Real Media’s senior editor Kam Sandhu and investigative journalist Matt Kennard discuss UK Secretary of State for International Trade Liam Fox – his history and ties to US corporations, what this means for Brexit negotiations and what’s it’s really like inside the world’s largest arms fair

United Kingdom

September 18, 2017
Two women from conflict zones in Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe explain the costs of war and the arms trade for their homelands, and in particular the impact on women

Europe

July 25, 2017
The freeze sets an important precedent of linking arms exports to human rights, says TRNN’s Shir Hever

UK Banks Profit from Israeli Crimes against Palestinians

July 23, 2017

A new report from War on Want reveals that some of the UK’s top banks and financial institutions are investing in companies known to supply Israel with weapons and technology used in the oppression of Palestinians

Israel

July 12, 2017
Israeli police investigate three corruption cases involving the prime minister

Chemical Weapons Deal Only A Hiccup For Saudi Goals In Syria

September 11, 2013

Toby Jones: Saudi Arabia is interested in ousting Assad but not a popular government taking his place