The US drones Pakistan, violates its sovereignty, kill its citizens, ignores international law. But, says Tariq Ali, the only way to bring stability is to get out of Afghanistan.
Murdoch is a major crime boss being threatened with parking tickets. David Swanson wants him brought down for the right reason: for inciting mass murder coldly and calculated from behind a desk.
Robert Lambert says the News of the World's toolbox of dirty tricks was deployed against supporters of the Palestinian cause, like George Galloway and Mohammed Ali from the Islam Channel.
We left the streets too early. We were victorious, and yet we left with nothing. We should have stayed and demanded that power be vested in a government of the revolution, says Ahdaf Soueif.
The network of US military bases in the Pentagon-coined "arc of instability" that stretches from the Mediterranean to the Persian Gulf and South/Central Asia is a key reason for remaining in Afghanistan forever. But it's not the only reason, says Pepi Escobar.
Successive British governments supplied Bahrain with sniper rifles, submachineguns, smoke canisters, stun grenades, tear gas and riot shields, used, with murderous effect, against unarmed civilians.
The anti-war movement will be rejoicing at the upheaval in Rupert Murdoch's media empire, which has given unqualified support to all the US-UK wars waged over the past thirty years.
For three months French and British fighter jets have been bombarding Tripoli, trying to kill Gadaffi; now the French want to stop the military action and get him sat at the negotiating table.
Outsourcing the blockade to Greece, aggressive and vocal diplomacy and ridiculous lies thwarted the flotilla, says Israeli writer Amira Hass, but they have not taken Gaza off the international agenda.
As US foreign policy threatens to lurch into yet more disasters in Yemen, Pakistan, Somalia, and Libya, we can only hope that more whistleblowers will follow the example of Bradley Manning.