Rapport d’évaluation technique émanant de l’ équipe d’ingénieurs faisant partie de la mission d’établissement des faits de l’Organisation pour l’Interdiction des Armes Chimiques (OIAC), dans le cadre de son enquête sur une supposée attaque à l’arme chimique à Douma en Avril 2018.

Paul McKeigue, David Miller, Piers Robinson Membres du groupe de travail sur la Syrie, la propagande et les médias   1 Introduction 2 Commentaire sur l’évaluation technique de la mission d’établissement des faits de l’OIAC à Douma 2.1 Méthodologie 2.2 Résultats: Emplacement 2 (cylindre sur le balcon) 2.3 Résultats: Emplacement 4 (cylindre sur le lit) 2.4 Conclusions de l’évaluation 3 Implications de Read more about Rapport d’évaluation technique émanant de l’ équipe d’ingénieurs faisant partie de la mission d’établissement des faits de l’Organisation pour l’Interdiction des Armes Chimiques (OIAC), dans le cadre de son enquête sur une supposée attaque à l’arme chimique à Douma en Avril 2018.[…]

Comments on official response to the release of the Engineering Assessment of the Douma cylinders

Paul McKeigue, David Miller, Jake Mason, Piers Robinson Members of Working Group on Syria, Propaganda and Media 28 May 2019 1 Introduction 2 OPCW’s response to the release of the document 2.1 Official response 2.2 Unofficial briefings 2.3 What the channelling of off-the-record briefings tells us 2.4 Discrepancies between versions of OPCW’s response 3 Government responses to an alleged chlorine attack on 19 Read more about Comments on official response to the release of the Engineering Assessment of the Douma cylinders[…]

Working Papers

Tim Hayward (2019) ‘Investigating War Crimes in Syria: justice and accountability or politics and deception? (The Case of OPCW, IIM and their Conjunction)

Response to Sir Alan Duncan

Tim Hayward, Paul McKeigue, David Miller, Piers Robinson 19 March 2019   In December 2018 we posted a briefing note on the Integrity Initiative, examining the documents that had appeared online about this ostensibly charitable programme funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO). For an online article on the exposure of the Integrity Initiative Read more about Response to Sir Alan Duncan[…]

Briefing note: the alleged chemical attack in Douma on 7 April 2018, and other alleged chlorine attacks in Syria since 2014

  Briefing note: the alleged chemical attack in Douma on 7 April 2018, and other alleged chlorine attacks in Syria since 2014 Paul McKeigue, Jake Mason, David Miller, Piers Robinson Members of Working Group on Syria, Propaganda and Media 20 August 2018 (Feedback and comments can be placed in the comments section as the following Read more about Briefing note: the alleged chemical attack in Douma on 7 April 2018, and other alleged chlorine attacks in Syria since 2014[…]

Briefing Note: Update on the Salisbury poisonings

The following briefing note is developed by academics researching the use of chemical and biological weapons during the 2011-present war in Syria. The note reflects work in progress. However, the substantive questions raised need answering, especially given the seriousness of the political situation in the Middle East and UK-Russian relations. We welcome comments and corrections. Read more about Briefing Note: Update on the Salisbury poisonings[…]

Doubts about “Novichoks”

Doubts about “Novichoks” The following briefing note is developed from ongoing research and investigation into the use of chemical and biological weapons during the 2011-present war in Syria conducted by members of the Working Group on Syria, Media and Propaganda. The note reflects work in progress. However, the substantive questions raised need answering, especially given Read more about Doubts about “Novichoks”[…]

Briefing Notes 1

Doubts about “Novichoks” The following briefing note is developed from ongoing research and investigation into the use of chemical and biological weapons during the 2011-present war in Syria conducted by members of the Working Group on Syria, Media and Propaganda. The note reflects work in progress. However, the substantive questions raised need answering, especially given Read more about Briefing Notes 1[…]