Leonardo, an Italian arms firm linked to ethnic cleansing in Syria, has visited Scottish schools at least 17 times over the last two years.
The pension fund for Scotland’s MSPs has invested over £100,000 in a Taiwanese company blamed for mass suicides at its iPhone factories - as well as in Russia, weapons, fossil fuels and tobacco.
A senior SNP politician has defended an international trip paid for by a regime accused of war crimes and human rights abuses including the abduction of dissidents.
There have been 366 alleged war crimes in Yemen but only 79 investigations by the Saudi-led coalition - and none by the Ministry of Defence.
A US arms giant backed by the Scottish Government attended a business summit in Saudi Arabia despite an international boycott.
Arms firm Raytheon, which has been linked to alleged war crimes in Yemen, taught in schools on 81 occasions over the past two years.
BAE Systems has visited more than 400 schools across the UK and produced lessons for children.
War crimes have been covered up in Yemen and the UK risks complicity in “laws-of-war violations” due to its supply of bombs made in Scotland to Saudi Arabia, claims a new report.
A Scottish Government minister apologised after being forced to admit that more than 12 times as much public money was handed to Highlands-based arms firms than was previously stated.