I have a new blogpost for UK in a Changing Europe.
Author: Martin Shaw
On the single market – and freedom of movement
https://bylinetimes.com/2022/06/07/the-single-market-taboo-wont-last-forever/ My latest for Byline Times, on the debate ignited by Tobias Ellwood, argues that to advance the single market case it will be necessary to make the argument for freedom of movement, against entrenched positions still informed by 2016’s anti-immigrant racism.
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The Rwanda Scheme: Electoral Racism to Policy Racism
My latest for Byline Times Boris Johnson and Priti Patel’s scheme to deport asylum seekers is so outrageous that critics are struggling to take it at face value. They doubt that deportees will ever reach Rwanda and see it as a ‘dead cat’ to distract from the Prime Minister’s unprecedented penalty notices. Or they are… Continue reading The Rwanda Scheme: Electoral Racism to Policy Racism
‘Genocide’ and Putin’s war of destruction against Ukrainian society
A slightly modified version of the article which has just appeared on Byline Times President Zelinskiy has accused Russia of genocide against the Ukrainian people following the bombing of a maternity hospital in Mariupol. Vladimir Putin earlier used the accusation that Ukraine was committing genocide against Russian-speakers to justify his aggression. Genocide is therefore important… Continue reading ‘Genocide’ and Putin’s war of destruction against Ukrainian society
Lifetime Achievement Award
The International Network of Genocide Scholars (INoGS) has let me know that it will present me with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2022 conference in Mexico City. I'm deeply honoured and proud to accept, although unfortunately I won't be present in person (they'll record an interview with me which will be shown at the… Continue reading Lifetime Achievement Award
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As the new Brexit crisis deepens, Johnson pulls the immigration lever
As Britain’s supply, cost of living and health crises deepen, Boris Johnson’s pivot to a “high wage economy” in his conference speech has set the cat among the pigeons. While his address was in many ways as empty, verbose and economically illiterate as many have pointed out, it was not entirely devoid of meaning. Rather,… Continue reading As the new Brexit crisis deepens, Johnson pulls the immigration lever