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How Tony Blair and other war criminals are getting the Iraq report watered down
Palestinian girl bites Israeli soldier to free boy with broken arm held at gunpoint
Poor Tony Blair, hard as he tries the Iraq war won't leave him alone
UK government tries to stop soldier revealing the jaw-dropping truth of the Afghanistan war
Former UK army captain Mike Martin, shows the Afghan war as it is, rather than how our political and military leaders would like us to see it, and the picture that he paints is often jaw-dropping.
Why first UK soldier convicted of murder since World War II should serve his life sentence
From time to time, unequivocal evidence reaches us that war is about killing as well as dying, and that our soldiers are not necessarily the most exemplary specimens of humanity after all.
David Cameron's U-turn: now he condemns Egypt's persecution of the Muslim Brotherhood
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?
Is a key Nato member plotting a fake terrorist attack to justify war on Syria?
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.
Will the loons and war hawks conducting US foreign policy provoke a war in Crimea?
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.
How politicians came not to praise Tony Benn but to bury his ideas
Benn remained true to his principles when so many senior Labour figures were doing the exact opposite, picking up peerages and lucrative directorships with private companies and corporations.
How the British public is being emotionally blackmailed to support wars it never wanted
The British political elite wants to emotionally blackmail the public into supporting our ‘heroes’ in order to support the wars they fight and make these wars seem heroic, even when they aren’t.
Ukraine back to the shatter-zone: a chess piece in the tug-of-war between East and West
Ukrainians may yet find that the dreams that they pursued in the maidan will turn very sour indeed in the new ‘great game’ that regards Ukraine essentially as a chess piece
If Moazzam Begg is a 'terrorist' then my mother is Al Capone
Moazzam Begg's arrest smacks of politically-motivated vengeance and repression, and is likely to convince many British Muslims that they are under siege.
Floods in the UK, gay pride and billions spent on pointless wars
If governments could dedicate the kind of expenditure and effort spent on wars to make the environment safe from climate change, that would be achieving a great deal.
"Open-hearted" David Cameron's cynical game with Syria's refugees
Until the UK parliament stopped him, David Cameron was using Syria's refugees to justify military intervention in Syria, now he's using a paltry 500 of them to prove the UK is 'open-hearted'.