Why Stop the War is supporting the strikes against cuts in pensions and public services on 30 November and urging our supporters to support local demonstrations and protests around the country.
Behind the surface of the Liam Fox scandal is a neocon network exploiting the UK/USA 'special relationship' as a cover for promoting business, military and economic interests throughout the world.
More than two thirds of people in Britain want the troops out now or very quickly. They are sick of the killing and sick of the cost. So why are we still fighting an unjustified and futile war?
The bomb which ripped through the British Council building in Kabul came with a clear message, writes Lindsey German. The troops must be withdrawn, and Afghanistan must once again have independence from the British and US empires.
Our politicians and generals must be forced to face reality, says Lindsey German, by the anti-war majority in this country demanding the troops come home, in protests which are impossible to ignore.
The only imaginable reason for vicious sentences imposed on young protesters for minor offences is not to make honest citizens sleep safer in their beds, but rather to deter people from demonstrating.
When iPhone company Apple has more in the bank than the US federal government, the question is, how does Obama pay for his war in Afghanistan, costing $2bn a week, the occupation of Iraq, the drone warfare in Pakistan and the new war in Libya?
There is nothing decent or principled about the wars in Afghanistan and Libya: there is only the western desire to keep control and avoid admitting another failure like in Iraq.
Six Afghanistan judges accuse the US of war crimes, but tell US author David Swanson they still worry about stability if the foreign troops leave, and ask him what he would do in Obama's place.
The U.S. Declaration of Independence is an indictment of King George III for various abuses of power which, says David Swanson, look similar to abuses of power U.S. presidents engage in today.
Just as he has obeyed the military on escalations and withdrawals, and obeyed the CIA on refusals to prosecute torture, Obama appears to be doing exactly what he is told once again on his promises for troop withdrawals from Afghanistan.