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Imperialism & War > War and peace

Our duty to Iran's working class

Quantum computing has arrived

22 Nov 2018

Yassamine Mather explains why the next generation of computers offers both huge opportunities and huge dangers

Sent to the slaughter

15 Nov 2018

Remembrance Day reminds us that under capitalism peace is just the continuation of war by other means, writes Eddie Ford

A form of warfare

11 Oct 2018

Eddie Ford thinks we should take hacking threats seriously - especially from GCHQ

Bad allies, bad timing

14 Jun 2018

Sometimes countries are just plain unlucky. Yassamine Mather looks at Iran and its fraught international relations

Trump, the peacemaker?

03 May 2018

Eddie Ford is sceptical about the recent love-fest between the Korean leaders

Doubts, law and grand strategy

19 Apr 2018

Yassamine Mather argues that behind the cruise missile strikes in Syria lies the plan to bring about regime change in Iran

Trump’s reality show

15 Mar 2018

North Korea’s nuclear strategy appears to have been vindicated, writes Eddie Ford

Turkish armed forces meet determined resistance

22 Feb 2018

‘Operation Olive Branch’ has given rise to increased repression and an intense outburst of chauvinism, writes Esen Uslu

Extending an ‘olive branch’

25 Jan 2018

What lies behind the incursion into Syria? Esen Uslu looks behind the headlines

Drum beat of war

16 Nov 2017

Beirut is now the focus of the burgeoning Saudi-Iranian rivalry, writes Yassamine Mather

Abolish the standing army, establish a citizen force

05 Oct 2017

James Marshall of Labour Party Marxists takes issue with shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry and the repentant Trotskyite, Paul Mason

Not enforcing juche

14 Sep 2017

In the last analysis North Korea’s ‘rogue state’ status results from US strategic requirements, writes Mike Macnair

Oppression from all sides

10 Aug 2017

Iraqi communist Haifa Zangana addressed the London Communist Forum on August 6

New horrors beckon

13 Jul 2017

What will follow the ‘liberation’ of Mosul? Yassamine Mather is not optimistic

So much for the ‘Arab Nato’

08 Jun 2017

What lies behind the Saudi-Qatar split? Yassamine Mather investigates

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