Now is no time to cave in on Trident. Quite the opposite argues Lindsey German
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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
Two-thirds of UK weapons have been sold to Middle Eastern countries since 2010
The movement is growing to end the Saudi-led war
State Islamophobia is being driven by concerns to appease the far right parties across Europe says Lindsey German
Former Corporal Upson in 33 Engineer Regiment details his struggles following tours of Iraq and Afghanistan
The corporate media is actively downplaying the role of the West in Syria's turmoil writes Ian Sinclair
It is cemented in US policy that the Saudi regime must be protected from all its enemies
Over my long life I have seen this look of shock before - you never forget a face that has seen the horrors of war.
Without a whole new approach to the problem, the conflicts will certainly keep multiplying - Ramzy Baroud
Salma Yaqoob: 'A whole industry has been created to promote Islamophobia and anti-Muslim prejudice'
Despite the carnage the response of the UK Government has been to fuel the destruction with arms sales
Bombings aren't as targeted (or as effective) as the US government would have you believe
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
The Committee on Arms Export Control said there was a 'weight of evidence' of violations
We must continue to oppose the system of imperialism our government is at the heart of
Andrew Murray: 'This is a British war as much as a Saudi war'
'It is quite incredible that we have had 15 years of foreign interventions and so few serious attempts to assess their outcome'
Human rights violations in Yemen by Saudi Arabia, the UK arms industry’s biggest customer, have thrown light on the murky defence trade
The Chilcot inquiry kept the oil industry and private interests free from scrutiny
It's disturbing that Jeremy Corbyn's comments on foreign policy were in any way controversial says Chris Nineham
Maz Saleem: We need to address the rise in Islamophobia which has been instigated by right-wing politicians on both sides of the Atlantic
Oman is a British client state welcoming major British intelligence and military operations, says Mark Curtis
Chelsea now faces possible indefinite solitary confinement
US-NATO intervention in Afghanistan has proved disastrous