The obscene ‘military industrial complex’ cannot be questioned because of the fog of patriotism
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A gilded fiction is still a fiction, after all
Being pro-refugee must also mean being anti-war
"Everyone seems to be dying of cancer. Every day one hears about another acquaintance or friend of a friend dying."
Campaigners from across the country gathered together to discuss and plan for Stand up to Trump, a coalition with a plan to take on the US president
The UK government will be held accountable for complicity in torture and rendition by foreign states
Chris Nineham writes on why you should join Stand Up to Trump this weekend
Code Pink's Medea Benjamin on the close relationship between the Trump administration and Saudi Arabia
The five main arguments for the UK to keep exporting arms to Saudi Arabia all hold little water
Patrick Cockburn: The Trump administration has not made any disastrous missteps in the Middle East yet, but it may do soon
Report on Saturday's protest: Stop Trump's Muslim Ban - Stop May Supporting It
Lindsey German: The potential to build a really huge movement against trump is already there. Let's build upon it.
An extended read on Trump and where Stop the War Coaltion stands, by Andrew Murray
Murad Qureshi reviews the Financial Times' Foreign Correspondent's latest book
Britain's involvement in the brutal War on Yemen is slowly shifting establishment attitudes on the KSA
Trump's "America First" talk doesn't mean retrenchment. He just wants the US to dominate everyone and rule the world
The UK is violating and/or facilitating the violation of international law on various fronts, rendering it a rogue state
The cover up over Trident misfire is clear and proof that Trident is far from an 'independent nuclear deterrent'
Airwars' latest report on the situation in Mosul, where Britain is a part of the coalition military effort
The Obama administration has plenty of blood on its hands. Lindsey German asks if his peace prize was ever justified
Never forget those who died, but also remember the lies of those who took us into these wars and continue to justify them
Mattis is far from a sheep in hawk’s clothing; he is a hawk in hawk’s clothing
Lindsey German: 'Trump’s extra spending will increase the emphasis on militarism and war rather than on any alternative solutions to military conflict'
The term was first coined by Winston Churchill in 1946, but does the 'special relationship' really exist?
The salience of the nuclear weapons debate in the United States leaves much to play for
The U.S. military has repeatedly dodged responsibility for war crimes committed during its protracted occupation
The target for our appeal is £25,000. Please give generously to support Stop the War's struggle for peace and justice
David Swanson maps war, militarism and the struggle for peace
The American military has failed to publicly disclose potentially thousands of lethal airstrikes conducted over several years in Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan
Sometimes, Europe marches to catastrophe. Often, it stumbles there says Harry Blain
If Trump can introduce a Muslim ban and visit UK with it in place, his regime will be emboldened to attack those it dare not just yet
Maz Saleem urges people to take a stand against Donald Trump’s Muslim ban at this Saturday’s mass protest in London
Statement on Trump's proposed visit to the UK in 2017
A tribute to former MP and fearless anti-war campaigner who was utterly committed to striving for peace
Despite the distancing, Trump still supports the KSA insists Stephen Bell
Mike Phipps: Where is the outrage at the killing from the skies that Western powers are inflicting on Mosul?
Paul Ingram, executive director of BASIC, says it's irrational to believe that our missile systems are safe and reliable
Any civilised or sensible government would be breaking links with Trump's regime
Some democratic perspectives for the Trump era from David Swanson
US Defence Secretary Mattis, known to some by the nickname of "Mad Dog," has shown a callous disregard for human life, particularly that of civilians