RIP Bob Crow, leader of the RMT union, principled fighter for social justice and peace, and long-time Stop the War supporter
It's time for Tony to face charges; It's time for a Citizen's Arrest. There's an empty dock in the Hague. Dying to have him as its guest.
The external struggle to dominate Ukraine has put fascists in power and brought the country to the brink of conflict, says Seumas Milne
Across Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia, the Obama administration has launched more than 390 drone strikes in five years – eight times as many as were launched in the entire George W Bush presidency.
The media whitewashed the crimes of the West's leading ally Ariel Sharon as 'harsh', 'controversial', mere 'black marks' against an otherwise 'pragmatic' and honourable nationalist serving his people.
Tony Blair, you are responsible for the mass murder of Iraqi civilians after taking our country into an illegal war, says London barman in latest attempt at a citizen's arrest.
Martin Luther King: A nation that continues year after year to spend more money on military defense than on programs of social uplift is approaching spiritual death
During her trial, Margaretta D’Arcy tried to make a citizen's arrest of the judge for collaborating in war crimes and refused to sign a bond prohibiting her from entering "unauthorised zones".
RIP Roger Lloyd Pack. His talent as an actor was not in doubt, says Lindsey German, national convenor of Stop the War Coalition, nor was his humanity and commitment.
Faced with multiple disasters western leaders simply ignore Afghanistan reality and take refuge in spin that is not far from deliberate lying.
The role of anti-war activists in Britain should be to oppose the war policies and preparations for war of our government, which as ever is hitched to the coat tails of US foreign policy.
We should oppose any foreign military intervention in Ukraine, says Jeremy Corbyn MP, as that would only succeed in that country reliving its traumatic past as a battleground for the Great Powers
Hell's gates were too narrow / For his inflated body to pass through / He'd had to wait his turn. Poet Heathcote Williams on Israeli war criminal Ariel Sharon's lingering death.
Successive governments have mortgaged Britain's security and independence to a foreign power – and placed its armed forces, territory and weaponry at the disposal of a system of global domination.
Several powerful participants in the Syrian war have an interest in bringing the war in Syria to a conclusion or at least ensuring that it does not spread further.
The central charge Chilcot appears likely to make is that the decision on war with Iraq was made early, and secretly, with George W Bush - without evidential justification, proper procedures or legal advice.
It is evident that the US and its allies are more frightened of an Assad defeat, which could open the door to an assortment of jihadis, than they are of his victory.
The debacles of Afghanistan and Iraq showed powerful states seeking to impose their will on weak ones only led the weak to become mysteriously stronger.
This is the real face of war and it is absolutely clear that in Fallujah this was how US solders were behaving.
Cursed in life as a killer by quite a few Israeli soldiers as well as by the Arab world, Sharon will, says Robert Fisk, receive the funeral of a hero and a peacemaker.