| Mark Curtis |
|Alma mater||UCL/Goldsmiths’ College, London School of Economics|
|Founder/Owner of||Mark Curtis' Website|
Mark Curtis is a British author, journalist and researcher specialising in international affairs, Trade and UK-US foreign policy.
He is a graduate of Goldsmiths’ College, University of London and the London School of Economics.
Curtis is a former Research Fellow at the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House) and Director of the World Development Movement.  He is currently (2011) an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Strathclyde and has been Visiting Research Fellow at the Institut Francais des Relations Internationales, Paris and the Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Auswartige Politik, Bonn.
Alongside his work as an analyst of British foreign policy, Curtis has worked in the field of international development for 18 years, including as Head of Global Advocacy and Policy at Christian Aid and Head of Policy at ActionAid .
Curtis has written six books and numerous articles on British and US foreign policies and international development and trade issues. His most recent books are:
- ISBN 1846687632 Secret Affairs: Britain’s Collusion with Radical Islam (Serpent’s Tail, 2010)
- ISBN 0099469723 Unpeople: Britain’s Secret Human Rights Abuses (Vintage, 2004)
- ISBN 0099448394 Web of Deceit: Britain’s Real Role in the World, (Vintage, 2003)
- ISBN 0904379493 Trade for Life: Making Trade Work for Poor People (Christian Aid, 2001)
- ISBN 0745312349 The Great Deception: Anglo-American Power and World Order (Pluto, 1998)
- ISBN 1856493482 The Ambiguities of Power: British Foreign Policy since 1945 (Zed, 1995).
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|Sky||“A study by Declassified, covering 203 articles written by Deborah Haynes, Alistair Bunkall and Dominic Waghorn, has found that Sky routinely amplifies the views of the UK government in its military and foreign policies and provides almost no serious attempts to independently scrutinise or criticise them... Two of the reporters, Haynes and Bunkall, offered no serious critical coverage of UK military or foreign policies or the human rights abuses committed, by offered no serious critical coverage of UK military or foreign policies or the human rights abuses committed by Britain’s close allies, such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Israel, which all receive substantial UK military and other support. Waghorn’s articles offered only very occasional critical coverage. In Sky’s written outputs, British government officials and their claims are routinely quoted favourably, with little or no independent commentary, context, or qualifications provided by the journalists.”||1 February 2021||Global Research|
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