Trump's "America First" talk doesn't mean retrenchment. He just wants the US to dominate everyone and rule the world
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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
Joe Glenton: 'Meaningful military heroism, Chelsea Manning has proven, is the heroism of rebellion'
Now he’s handing them over to Donald Trump
A tribute to a loyal and principled anti-war campaigner who passed away earlier this week
3,500 troops will join up with the equipment over the next two weeks
Kerry's comments reveal the value of focusing anti-war activism on our government and its allies
The numbers are likely to increase in 2017 as attacks on cities continue, according to the U.K.-based Airwars monitoring group.
Those moved by the humanitarian crisis in Aleppo should not be fooled by Osborne and Co
Not content with attacking the most left wing Labour leader ever, he now weighs in with an attack on Stop the War Coalition
Johnson was telling the truth when he talked about Saudi Arabia being involved in proxy wars in the Middle East says Lindsey German
Louise Casey's high profile report on integration and social cohesion is not going to help anyone, least of all ethnic minorities
The SNP is right to propose today's debate and it's a blot on any notion of democracy that Blair & co are not held to account
In an attempt to gived drones a better image, the MoD has renamed them Protector rather than Predator
John Bolton proposes carving out Sunni state in northern Iraq and eastern Syria. As a recipe for deepening conflict in the region, it could scarcely be bettered
The real trade with Bahrain is in favours exchanged between the British Establishment and the Bahraini elite says Alastair Sloane
The SAS is clearly playing a large, sustained role against ISIS in Syria, so why does the UK government still refuse to comment?
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
It’s far too early to be writing off Trump’s promise to expand America’s nuclear arsenal says Carol Turner
The escalating tensions with Russia should be of concern to everyone says Lindsey German
The world continues to spend vastly disproportionate resources on creating and containing violence compared to what it spends on peace
According to new figures, the US dropped nearly three bombs every hour, 24 hours a day
John Kerry is being somewhat disingenuous in blaming Britain for not 'dropping a bomb' on Syria in 2013
The election of President Trump should throw Britain's toxic relationship with the US into severe question says Chris Nineham
Lindsey German: 'Every time they get the chance, MPs rush to promote further intervention and to justify past ones'
A chapter from Andrew Murray's Stop the War its Critics
Dr Rangwala's "The deliberate deception of parliament" report unequivocally shows that Blair made statements that deliberately misled parliament
Britain’s special forces are benefiting from special treatment - their budget was doubled in last year’s Strategic Defence and Security Review
We cannot allow our own history to be decided for us
News that over 400 NHS patients and staff were referred to police in the past year should force a rethink Prevent
The decision to continue arming Saudi Arabia shows that the UK government is in denial about the devastating impact of arms sales
The MoD’s perspective appears to be that they should be able to operate these systems outside of public view
Contrary to earlier claims the US admits that it fired DU on two occasions in November 2015