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Letting Blair off the hook

02 Jun 2016

Eddie Ford is not holding out any hopes for the Chilcot report

Better bad unity than bad disunity

28 Apr 2016

Jack Conrad examines the German question in light of the perspectives of the Marx-Engels team

Waiting for Corbyn

03 Mar 2016

Tens of thousands rallied to Saturday’s anti-Trident demonstration. Peter Manson reports

Weapons of genocidal destruction

25 Feb 2016

Nuclear weapons pose the threat of a devastating accident waiting to happen, warns Yassamine Mather

Abyssinia and the myth of appeasement

14 Jan 2016

Eighty years ago, fascist Italy invaded Abyssinia. Mike Belbin argues that this event is the key to understanding the international politics of the 1930s and after

Deselect the Labour warmongers

03 Dec 2015

Labour is now divided into two parties. One is led by Jeremy Corbyn, the other by Hilary Benn, argues Yassamine Mather

Imperialism digs a deep hole

19 Nov 2015

The assassination of ‘Jihadi John’ was a substitute for serious warfare, argues Eddie Ford

War and peace

10 Sep 2015

Yassamine Mather looks at the contradictions in Jeremy Corbyn’s foreign policy

Reabsorbing solidarity

18 Dec 2014

The 1914 Christmas truce has been thoroughly sanitised by the establishment, argues Paul Demarty

A war that nobody wants to mention

30 Oct 2014

No-one in Turkey wants to celebrate what happened in 1914-18, writes Esen Uslu. But when it comes to the glory days of the Ottoman empire things are different

Those who side with imperialism

23 Oct 2014

Patrick Smith exposes spurious justifications and disastrous results

Models and humanitarian myths

16 Oct 2014

Die Linke is plumbing ever greater opportunist depths, writes Ben Lewis

WWI: How did it all happen?

09 Oct 2014

Douglas Newton The darkest days: the truth behind Britain’s rush to war, 1914 Verso, 2014, pp386, £20

The IS conundrum

09 Oct 2014

The siege of Kobanê raises more questions than it answers, writes Yassamine Mather

Tied to the national state

02 Oct 2014

Support for Germany’s 1914-18 war effort did not just come from the right. As shown by Konrad Haenisch’s letter, there was a pro-war left that banked on a German victory in order to bring about socialist revolution