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Ten things a new UK government could do to make the world a safer place
Global warring: how war and climate change are wired to the same engine
Why 1.3 million Iraqis killed in the US-UK war on Iraq are not worth mentioning
Tony Blair's insatiable greed exposed by his secret deal with Saudi Arabia
Since he stood down as prime minister, Tony Blair has amassed a personal fortune worth many tens of millions, but he wants more, as this secret deal with Saudi Arabia shows.
Chaos and mass slaughter in Iraq? Nothing to do with me, says Tony Blair
Davos audience applauds as Tony Blair is told he is to blame and has responsibility for the escalated violence across the Middle East region.
Where has all this Islamic fundamentalism spreading across continents come from?
Without 70 years of US foreign policy, would almost all Muslim countries -- including Iran, Egypt and Indonesia -- be under secular rule?
Ten facts to remember about the Chilcot report into the Iraq war
The farce continues, as yet another delay means we still don't know if war criminals like Tony Blair will be incriminated by the Iraq war inquiry.
So much for the West's love of free speech when the barbarians are Saudi Arabia
Saudi oil and the Saudi market for weapons easily trump their commitment to ‘our’ values, and criticisms have been generally polite, muted or non-existent.
UK government comes close to blaming all Muslims for acts of Islamic terrorism
Opposition to war, Islamophobia and attacks on civil liberties are all connected, says Lindsey German, and we have to campaign against all three.
Afterburn of the battlefield: ex-soldier Ben Griffin's mission to reveal true face of war
How to respond to the horrors wrought by modern conflict is a question that former SAS trooper, Ben Griffin, has been grappling with ever since he left the military.
Partners in terrorism: United States, Islamic State and the Charlie Hebdo killers
The partners in terror are rallying, capitalizing on isolated acts of evil to expand their power, relying on a simplistic media to keep “us’ carefully separated from “them.”
Audacity and hypocrisy: rules of the political game played around Charlie Hebdo
Scapegoating an entire religion and making the enemy visible and attackable saves a lot of time on thinking reasonably about the real underlying grievances.
No money for hospitals as huge sums wasted on weapons of mass destruction
Britain's world-leading national heath service is starved of cash, says CND's Kate Hudson, because the government would rather fund useless nuclear weapons.
It's official: UK arms sales to tyrants take priority over human rights and torture
The British government's declared concern about the lack of human rights in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain extends no further than the next contract for tanks and grenades.
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