The US military was involved with at least 49 of the 54 nations on the African continent during 2012 and 2013 in activities that ranged from special ops raids to the training of proxy forces.
John Rees looks at who is driving prime minister David Cameron's decision to order a security inquiry into the Muslim Brotherhood.
Guess which country held its 'first free election in decades' and which held a 'bogus' and 'illegal' referendum under military occupation.
In the calculus of western interests there is no suffering, whatever its scale, which cannot be justified. Chechens, Palestinians, Iraqis, Afghans, Pakistanis are of little importance.
War and preparations for war, including weapons testing, are among the greatest destroyers of our environment, says David Swanson.
The madness of spending £100bn on the Trident nuclear missile system while implementing savage cuts in public services must stop. Sign the Rethink Trident statement.
Barack Obama's drone program is a kind of remote-control gallows, where the killers never see their victims, never hear their screams, smell their burning bodies, touch their mutilated flesh.
Facing another trial and a return to prison, Margaretta D'Arcy says she will keep protesting to highlight what she called, "this colonising of our airport for illegal and immoral purposes."
On the 11th anniversary of the Iraq invasion, can this musical megamix inspire a citizen's arrest of Tony Blair that puts him behind bars for his war crimes?
Stop the War has been flooded with tributes from our supporters responding to the sad loss of our president Tony Benn. We reprint a few of them here. Many thanks to everyone who has written to us.
What is David Cameron's reaction to the killing of 1000 Muslim brotherhood supporters, mass imprisonment of thousands more, show trials handing down 529 death sentences?
No matter how many times the consequences of ‘humanitarian interventions’ fail to live up to their expectations, nothing shakes the media's fairytale version of Western foreign policy.
Loyal, constant, and generous: David Cameron is continuously lavishing money, diplomatic support, arms and all sorts of obsequious praise on the most brutal Arab despots.
"The IMF realises that these reforms may cause considerable hardship for millions of Ukrainians, in a country where the average GDP per capita is $3,867."
Tony Benn's legacy will be measured by how much we match his undying commitment to the belief that a better world is possible.
Many of these military interventions have left nations shattered, and western governments have resembled the customer who walks away whistling, hoping no one has noticed the mess left behind.
Neither Washington nor Moscow has had genuine concern for the interests of any section of the Ukrainian people but have been engaged in an exercise of self-interested Great Power politics.
Putin's gamble, based on the belief that Russia can withstand sanctions, is that neither Ukraine nor the West will go to war over Crimea. We better hope he's right, says Matt Carr.
US support for the al-Maliki government ignores the crimes against humanity, rampant corruption and widespread human rights' abuses.
To survive is not to win. As the rebels fight amongst themselves, President Assad remains ruler of a ruined Syria but does not have the resources to win a decisive victory, says Patrick Cockburn