The numbers continue to accelerate, not only because many wars continue to be waged, but also because wars don't end when soldiers come home.
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Murad Qureshi: We should say no to the unwarranted and undemocratic interference from the hard-right US President in our General Election
The anti-war movement needs to expose NATO’s record further and explain its current belligerence
Trump has been dropping more bombs and missiles on other countries than Bush II and Obama put together—a terrifying feat.
People from all over the South East joined the protests that included health workers, bus drivers, students and a number of campaign groups
Solidarity with the People of Turkey (SPOT) calls for an immediate end to the invasion of Northern Syria (Rojava) by the Turkish government
Far from being held accountable, MbS is thriving—thanks to his rehabilitation by the 'international community'
Arron Merat reports from the ExCeL exhibition centre in Canning Town where 1700 companies were displaying their wares
Even with the benefit of hindsight, the former PM appears to feel no remorse for his country's role in fuelling crises in Libya and Syria
Endless conflicts in the Middle East have cost us dear, yet all we hear are absurdities about ‘keeping our streets safe from terror’
Corbyn's positions on Britain's recent history of belligerence have been proved correct and courageous time after time
Trump and Johnson will be met with mass protests on 3rd December saying that he and NATO are not welcome here
Stop the War urges all voters to consider the significance of this election for our foreign policy
This masterful film is an urgent reminder of the neccesity of the anti-war movement says Shabbir Lakha
This week, Stop the War marched with Extinction Rebellion. We will continue to rebel for peace, and for the planet
Shabbir Lakha: As in Iraq, US intervention in Syria has exacerbated the scale of destabilisation and the conditions for terrorist organisations to thrive
Trump presents himself as the great dealmaker, but if making deals is based on unsustainable threats rather than concessions then they are little short of meaningless
The British public is weary of wars and rightly afraid of the growing threat of nuclear war, says MP & StWC Patron Emma Dent Coad
Even the obvious lack of traction for Trump’s Iran policy palls before the depth of crisis of his policy of supporting the Saudi war upon Yemen