There is nothing decent or principled about the wars in Afghanistan and Libya: there is only the western desire to keep control and avoid admitting another failure like in Iraq.
Brian Haw, world renowned peace activist, has died. His peace camp outside the British parliament was a beacon for anti-war campaigners across the world throughout the ten years of the "war on terror".
Over 300 attended the highly successful conference on ten years of the Afghanistan, to hear speakers from abroad, including Arab Spring activists, students, artists, military family members, historians, and members of Parliament.
The paltry troop withdrawal the US will make in July 2011 is an Orwellian attempt to appear to drawdown the war without actually ending it, writes David Swanson.