The issue of Britain's endless involvement in foreign wars has been ignored by the main parties in the 2015 UK general election.
The Scrap Trident Coalition includes Scottish CND, Stop the War, Trident Ploughshares and a number of other organisations.
The anti-war movement's prediction that western interventions would set the Middle East on fire, have proved tragically true, but that will not stop politicians fanning the flames.
Muslims are portrayed as fanatics and extremists, caught in a clash of civilisations where the good guys are representatives of western civilisation.
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.
If you read the western media reporting on the Paris attack, says Lindsey German, it is as if the wars waged by the western powers in Muslim countries aren't happening.
It is not Muslims who are the problem but the foreign policies that have helped create terrorism. That is what needs to change.
The obscenity of continuing with endless wars while forcing cut backs in everything from libraries to healthcare at home is not lost on millions of people in both the US and Britain.
The architects of the War on Terror, like George W Bush and Dick Cheney, have launched a counter offensive against the CIA report claiming that torture saved lives.
When terrorism is defined by religion and the colour of your skin, the campaigns opposing war, Islamophobia and racism have to go together, writes Lindsey German.
The present wave of Islamophobia in the UK is a direct consequence of the British government's wars and the policies associated with them.
The Kurds who are fighting so bravely in Kobane cannot rely on any of the powers in the region or in the west.
The spread of ISIS to Iraq has everything to do with the break up of the country, the exacerbation of sectarian conflicts, and the destruction of its infrastructure, all of course carried out under the US occupation.
Learning nothing from Afghanistan and Libya, Nato Secretary General Rasmussen seems incapable of opening his mouth without urging more conflict, this time in Eastern Europe.
Muslims who are facing abuse, racism and discrimination should not have to apologise for opposing their government's foreign policy, just as millions of non-Muslims do.
The endless failure of UK foreign policy interventions of the past 13 years would have led most people to think again. Not David Cameron.
Being lauded for moral focus and moral clarity by Binyamin Netanyahu is a bit like being taught table manners by Jack the Ripper.
After the experience of Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Syria, we need to move on from the idea that opposing our own government's wars means supporting "the other side".
Palestinians are always put in the position of being to blame for someone else occupying their land, and for then having the temerity to fight back.
The wish of millions who fought in World War II was to build a world of peace but from Palestine to Ukraine wars are escalating.
Refugees fleeing east Ukraine were not on the agenda as Petro Poroshenko, the new Ukrainian president, signed his association agreement with the EU.
It's not often these days that governments urge higher levels of spending, but the US wants Nato members to spend more on defence.
There was a strong anti-war and peace message on the People's Assembly demonstration against austerity.