A Historian Holds Britain to Account for Killing Millions in a Rare Interview

You wonít see this on the BBC.

By John McEvoy

December 13, 2018 "Information Clearing House"   In a rare and damning interview, historian and UK foreign policy analyst Mark Curtis asserted that the British state has been complicit or responsible for the deaths of around 10 million people since World War II. The interview spans across various cases of post-war British foreign policy, from Libya to Vietnam and from Yemen to Indonesia. And itís definitely not the kind of analysis youíll find on the BBC.

 

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To many people, the figure of 10 million deaths might appear outrageous, or at the very least bloated. But if itís true, at least British foreign policy has been consistently well-intentioned, right? Well, not quite Ė even if that basically sums up the range of acceptable debate on UK foreign policy. Because when evidence of the devastation of British intervention becomes unavoidable, the debate almost always shifts to its allegedly benevolent goals.

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