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Britain is not at war, so what are thousands of troops doing in Iraq, Afghanistan, the Middle East and Ukraine?
What threatens us most - terrorist attack by 'radical Islam' or being killed by a bumble bee?
Is more war abroad with troops on the ground what's needed to defeat ISIS?
Election 2015: Lindsey German's manifesto for an anti-war future
The issue of Britain's endless involvement in foreign wars has been ignored by the main parties in the 2015 UK general election.
Follow the minerals: Why the US is threatened by Venezuela's 'blue gold'
Could the precious mineral coltan have anything to do with Obama's claim that Venezuela is an “unusual and extraordinary threat” to US security?
Soldiers for peace: when British soldiers met ex-members of the IRA
Veterans for Peace UK are committed to wage war against war. Steve Bell from Stop the War attended their remarkable 2015 AGM.
The truth is out: Israel aimed to 'sterilise' Gaza though indiscriminate mass murder
In the Israeli onslaught on Gaza in Summer 2014, Israeli soldiers were ordered: open fire, open fire everywhere, first thing when you go in.
The man who made Tony Blair's Iraq selfie: why Peter Kennard is political dynamite
A new exhibition at the Imperial War Museum, displays the work of Peter Kennard - without doubt Britain’s most important political artist.
David Cameron defends Israel's right to commit mass murder of Palestinian civilians
When Israel killed 2,200 Palestinians, including 577 children, in its war on Gaza in Summer 2014, Cameron says it was just 'defending itself'.
Behind every refugee in flight from a version of hell stands an arms trader
Boat refugees run away to another continent because their lives are unbearable and they have absolutely no hope.
From Vietnam to Iraq: how the US turns its nightmares into fairy tales
Forty years after the fall of Saigon, will the end games in Iraq and Afghanistan follow the Vietnam playbook? asks Christian Appy
John Pilger: Why does Australia spend $28bn a year on the military and war?
Australia, a nation without enemies, now has an entirely colonial and obsequious role as Washington’s “deputy sheriff” in the Asia-Pacific.
Why we should listen when the UN condemns Britain’s ‘extremist media’
Britain's extremist media is creating an extremist society drugged by fear, loathing and resentment, in danger of losing its own humanity..
Celebrating 100 years of women across the world organising against war
In 1915, the Congress of Women gathered to agitate for an end to WW1: 100 years later, women activists celebrate the peacemakers.