Greece has become an example of the horror that the eurozone’s monetarists seek to impose on one economy after another.
Charles Kennedy was the only mainstream political leader to oppose the Iraq war and join two million protesters on 15 February 2003.
John Rees speaking at the Stop the War protest against the bombing of Yemen outside the Saudi Arabian Embassy in London on 11 April 2015
Sami Ramadani, lecturer at London Metropolitan Universityand member of Stop the War steering committee, interviewed on what is really driving Saudi and US intervention in Yemen.
In the wake of the 'Jihadi John' being revealed as Londoner Mohammed Emwazi, Russell Brand asks what is it that attracts some young people to Islamic State?
In the wake of the the Charlie Hebdo killing in Paris, 1000 people packed a London meeting to discuss Islamophobia and the War on Terror.
The United States and Britain are natural warmongering bedfellows, says Daniel Jakopovich
The UK's "most dangerous woman', Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, says scrap Trident once and for all.
Bush, Obama and the Age of Terror is the concluding episode of Oliver Stone's brilliant 10-part documentary: The Untold History of the United States.
Banksy's stencils on concrete rubble include an image of a crying figure wearing a head scarf, captioned “Bomb damage, Gaza City.”
In the wake of the Charlie Hebdo murders, Russell Brand responds to the question, what is the cause of such violence, and how should we all respond?
Here's what you need to know about the US drone war and its unintended consequences.