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Today Britain celebrates its soldiers who died and neglects those who survived: just like World War I
UKIP-style memorial prettifies the first world war in a sea of red poppies
Britain made only one mistake in its war on Afghanistan: going there in the first place
No to Iraq War III
Reasons to break the cycle of endless war and end British interference in the Middle East.
New Stop the War pamphlet by Andrew Murray.
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Another western war won't end terror in Iraq or Syria. It will only spread it
Bombing will not destroy Isis, but win it sympathy – or even cause it to mutate into something worse. Only Iraqis and Syrians can defeat Isis, says Seumas Milne.
Why Barack Obama's declaration of perpetual war against ISIS is illegal
Besides being illegal, Obama's war promises to exacerbate the volatile situation in the region, resulting in more hostility and risking blowback against the United States.
The seed bed of ISIS was the west's military intervention in Iraq
Before the 2003 intervention, Baghdad was an incredibly hybrid city, inhabited by Christians, Kurds, Turkmen, Shia and Sunni living in mixed neighborhoods.
Russell Brand: Will Obama's bombs stop the ISIS beheadings?
Comedian Russell Brand's brilliant demolition of the US-UK strategy to wage more war to defeat ISIS, when it was endless US-UK wars that created ISIS in the first place.
Obama's back-of-a-fag packet bombing strategy to "destroy and degrade" ISIS
Obama's 'destroy and degrade' policy is likely to add another chapter to the march of folly of the 21st century's forever wars, says Matt Carr.
Is it antisemitic to boycott Israeli goods because of Israel's brutal assault on Gaza?
Is Michael Gove right that too many people are now conflating legitimate criticism of Israel's general policies with straightforward antisemitism?
Six steps to defeating ISIS without the US and Britain bombing Iraq or Syria
Military attacks are wrong, illegal in international law, immoral because of civilian casualties, a distraction from diplomacy, and make real solutions impossible.
If the US and Britain really want to fight Isis, here's what they should do
The last thing Iraq needs is more misguided military action by the US and Britain, says Sami Ramadani.
Obama and Isis: Bingo! Here comes another force of evil to be 'vanquished'
It's the same old US policy, says Robert Fisk, confronting the greatest crisis in the Middle East since the last greatest crisis in the Middle East.
John Pilger: Breaking the last taboo - Gaza and the threat of world war in Ukraine
The attack on Gaza was an attack on all of us. The siege of Gaza is a siege of all of us. Denial of justice to Palestinians is a symptom of much of humanity under siege.
Noam Chomsky: After 50 days shooting fish in a barrel in Gaza, what will Israel do next?
The latest ceasefire will go the same way as other 'agreements' following Israel's periodic escalations of its unremitting assault on Gaza: Hamas will observe it, Israel will ignore it.
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