Paul Stott

Beyond Magnitsky-Britain, the Subcontinent and Dirty Money

Beyond Magnitsky: Britain, the Subcontinent and Dirty Money

Britain’s National Crime Agency can claim some successes against money of questionable provenance from the Indian subcontinent.   The Council...

Covid-19 lockdown has given form to an angry, divided Britain

Covid-19 lockdown has given form to an angry, divided Britain

Seven months into the world created by Covid-19, and the responses to it, and Britain is not in good shape....

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What next for Omar Saeed Sheikh?

Sheikh has been implicated in the brutal murder of Wall Street Journal journalist Daniel Pearl. The beheading of Pearl shook...

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Covid-19: The British response

Nearly a million people have applied for government support in the period since most workers were asked to stay at...

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British jihadism’s familiar connections: Usman Khan, Al Muhajiroun and Pakistan

Khan and his cohorts discussed using a pipe bomb to attack local venues serving alcohol.   London: The deadly terror...

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UK involved in legal, political frameworks of some former colonies

Response to terrorist financing and serious crime opens our eyes to the changing relationship between Britain and some of its...

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When India and Pakistan start wrestling again

LONDON: The incursion of the Indian Air Force into Pakistan, and its attack on a Jaish e Mohammed training facility...

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Trump, CPEC and security: Interesting times ahead

This is the second of a two-part article on China, Pakistan, US and India. The first part of the article,...

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Is CPEC East India Company Mark 2?

This is the first of a two-part article on China, Pakistan, US and India.   What are China’s intentions towards...