Tom Unterrainer explores how trade unionists can press for arms conversion in the face of government reluctance to abandon militarism
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'Far from deterring the US’s opponents in the Middle East, the more muscular approach is likely to draw all sides into deeper conflict'
Efforts to push for military escalation in Syria have run into trouble argues Chris Nineham
Following the Foreign Secretary's recent comments StWC have challenged him to Foreign Policy debate
We Finally Know What Hillary Clinton Knew All Along – US Allies Saudi Arabia and Qatar Are Funding Isis
There is a bizarre discontinuity between what the Obama administration knew about the jihadis and what they would say in public
British politicians calling for further intervention in Syria are ignoring the lessons of Libya and Iraq
When the West finally packs up and leaves it will become Mafiastan. Perhaps it already is.
The implementation of a no-fly zone will inflame and escalate an already desperate situation
'We condemn all bombing, whether from Syria, Russia, the U.S. or the UK, since the victims of such actions are the ordinary civilians.'
Statement on the end of the ceasefire in Syria
Kate Hudson: We can't stand by while the government spends hundreds of billions on nuclear weapons
Now is no time to cave in on Trident. Quite the opposite argues Lindsey German
Only the few who have managed to flee the war-torn country can reveal the suffering of those left behind says Neha Shah
The death of 62 Syrian soldiers raises fundamental questions about UK drone activity inside Syria
The most vital thing for the Syrian people is that the war should end and end quickly says Chris Nineham
Britain continues to sell arms to the Saudi-led coalition despite grave human rights abuses in Yemen, writes Felicity Arbuthnot
The positions taken by the anti-war movement in the run up to the Libya war were correct in every detail says Chris Nineham
There are 178 unaccompanied children stuck in Calais today
The world is now almost unrecognisably more agonised, unstable and dangerous
Victims include 1,509 children – a third of the total – a grim indicator of growing insecurity
Why have The Times refused to print or even discuss a letter we sent them on the 17th October?
The war in Yemen is yet another example of where economics is given priority over humanitarian concerns
Statement on last weekend's Sunday Times article
More aerial bombardment of civilians will not help to bring about peace and stability in Iraq
Britain's foreign policy is in extreme mode and shows an absence of democracy
'The drive to secure arms sales has seen the government routinely approving exports to some of the most abusive dictatorships in the world'
We need to strengthen anti-war ideas and activity to stop another fifteen years of war says Lindsey German
As passed at Stop the War's 15th anniversary conference - 08/10/16
The 15th anniversary of the Stop the War Coalition should be a summons to fresh struggle so that in 15 years’ time, we can look out on a more peaceful world
Lindsey German: "In his opposition to war policies Jeremy Corbyn’s policies chime more closely with public opinion than those of MPs and journalists"
Stop the War Coalition Labour Party fringe meeting report
Corbyn’s re-election creates a real opportunity to end our bloody record of military intervention, writes Lindsey German
'At stake in this controversy are civilian lives in Yemen, the protection of international law and the British state’s domestic accountability.'
Stephen Bell: 'Even Parliamentary Select Committees can’t get clarity from the Tory government about the nature and precise activity of British personnel'
Chris Nineham analyses the media's attitude to mass movements
The report on the 2011 Libya intervention is another nail in the coffin of Cameron's reputation says Peter Oborne
'The real victims are the Syrian people who alone have the right to determine their future'
Under Jeremy Corbyn’s continued leadership, Labour can become a voice for peace and international law
For more than 100 years, Britain has been perpetually at war
The UK government continues to prop up the Saudi war machine