Lindsey German: Unfortunately NATO is seen as force for peace. In fact, it is a force for war and increasingly sees its role as that
NATO has been central to the War on Terror, a failed operation that continues to this day says Sweta Choudhury
The Met Police are insisting on draconian restrictions for protests during the NATO summit
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.
Endless conflicts in the Middle East have cost us dear, yet all we hear are absurdities about ‘keeping our streets safe from terror’
Why not put this list of foreign policy questions to your local candidates?