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Lies will not help the anti-war movement

04 Nov 2010

Ben Lewis reports on the Stop the War Coalition's annual conference, where underhand methods were once again deployed to reject the affiliation of Hands Off the People of Iran

Let Hopi affiliate

28 Oct 2010

The leadership of the STWC not only divides the anti-war movement, but risks discrediting it and making it appear ridiculous, writes Mark Fischer

Election lows and UN forces

23 Sep 2010

The US-UK-led occupation of Afghanistan has never had anything to do with democracy, writes Eddie Ford

Joe Glenton and the popular militia demand

11 Mar 2010

Individual defiance is laudable, but more is required, argues Eddie Ford

Old myth exposed

14 Jan 2010

Dave Douglass reviews John Charlton's 'Don't you hear the H bombs thunder? Youth and politics on Tyneside in the late 50s and early 60s' (Merlin, 2009, pp202, £14.95)

Entire regime is the target

10 Dec 2009

Opposition in Iran is no longer directed at supporting one section of the theocracy against the other. The days of the regime are numbered, say Yassamine Mather and Chris Strafford

No way back for warmongers

03 Dec 2009

Mike Macnair addressed the Hopi AGM on the continued threat of war. US imperialism has a new face, but when it comes to foreign policy it is business as usual

Into the abyss as Bhutto mantle passes to son

17 Jan 2008

Jim Moody assesses the crisis in Pakistan after Benazir Bhutto's assassination

Specious unity

06 Dec 2007

Phil Kent reports from the December 1 World Against War conference

Labor left must develop platform for change

29 Nov 2007

Another member of Bush's 'coalition of the willing' has been unceremoniously dumped. Last weekend's Australian election marks an important turning point, writes Marcus Ström

Kosova needs genuine self-determination

08 Feb 2007

Eddie Ford analyses the recent elections in Serbia and the plans for "limited independence" for Kosova

Marxist position on war

07 Dec 2006

Mary Godwin reports on the December 2-3 CPGB school on 'War and Revolution'

Try Bush, Blair, and Saddam Hussein

18 Dec 2003

The capture of Saddam Hussein last weekend is being hailed in London and Washington as vindication of Bush and Blair's war. Yet amidst the triumphalism of the US and British governments, there is a note of caution, writes Ian Donovan

Impressions of a protest

27 Nov 2003

Thursday November 20 saw some 200,000 demonstrators answer the call of the Stop the War Coalition to show Bush and Blair what they thought of their imperialist war and occupation of Iraq.

Women on the frontline

12 Nov 2003

One hundred comrades crammed into the library of Conway Hall, London on November 7 to hear Yanar Mohammed of the Organisation of Women's Freedom in Iraq. Andy Hannah reports