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1914: When a perfectly good war was ruined by a tragic outbreak of football
Journalism, whistleblowing and the security state in Britain and the United States
A good year for Tony Blair - now anointed a saint and on his way to heaven
Who's winning the war against ISIS? No contest: it's American arms manufacturers
Last month US warships fired $65.8m worth of Tomahawk missiles within just 24 hours: if we spent as promiscuously on Ebola cures, there would be no more Ebola.
Noam Chomsky: What links ISIS to World War One, Gaza and nuclear catastrophe
We have come perilously close to disaster before, says Noam Chomsky, and are toying with catastrophe again.
Drowning in Ebola: How war and western intervention helped spread the deadly virus
It is only now that Ebola has reached Spain and the United States, that the epidemic is no longer seen as just an African issue which the west can ignore.
The collateral damage in the Iraq war the British army doesn't want to talk about
Thousands of UK soldiers returning from Britain's wars come back with psychological problems that land them in jail, but the army is doing nothing about it.
How Muhammad Ali broke the dam between sport and anti-war politics
Having the world heavyweight champion refuse the draft was a shot in the arm for the anti-war movement. Until Ali, no American celebrity had spoken out about Vietnam.
Why Robert Fisk's father who fought in the First World War threw away his red poppy in disgust
Why, asks Robert Fisk, do we pay homage to the dead but ignore the lessons of their war?
Why students should oppose bombing Iraq and Syria and whipping up of Islamophobia
There has been a smear campaign in the media accusing the anti-war movement of supporting the barbaric terrorist group ISIS, says student leader Aaron Kiely.
Yes it's true, the United States really is the greatest country in the world – but in what?
The United States emerges No. 1 among nations in its capacity for violence and falls far behind other nations in providing for the well-being of its people.
Safest place for Tony Blair to avoid terrorist plots is behind bars for his war crimes
Wherever Blair goes he is threatened with a citizen's arrest for his crimes. Now it appears there have been plots to assassinate him. What can he do to protect himself?
Charlie Chaplin's 1940 anti-war message for all of humanity rings down the ages
Linked with images from today, Charlie Chaplin's anti-war message is as powerful now as it was in 1940.
US war on ISIS sexual violence, mass murder and religious persecution should begin at home
How much moral high ground does the United States have over ISIS in Iraq and Syria? asks Musa al-Gharbi