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Proving the link between British foreign policy and domestic terrorism
Bombing Iraq and Syria: UK endless wars going nowhere on a raft of government lies
Born to be betrayed: Turkish bombing of the Kurds with US support is no surprise
10 ways Israel justifies killing Palestinians whenever it likes and however it likes
Israel will continue killing Palestinians with impunity, safe in the knowledge that to much of the outside world, some lives will always matter more than others.
Gaza's Groundhog Day: the recurring nightmare of Israel's barbarism
Israel's ultimate target is not Hamas, says Matt Carr, but the dreams of the Palestinian people and the prospect of peace with real justice.
Algeria's World Cup team donates $9m prize money to people of Gaza
Be glad, says Matt Carr, that even in these dark times, a team of footballers has done something that is unselfish, splendid, and really quite noble.
When is murdering children not murder? When the killer is the state of Israel
Netanyahu likes nothing better than a self-righteous act of retributive violence against Palestinians, and he will lose no opportunity to kick the possibility of peace into the long grass.
Is U.S. 'game of thrones' in Iraq and Syria responsible for the rise of ISIS?
Governments that engage in short-term 'games of thrones' sometimes find that the pieces they bring to the chessboard have a curious and unwanted ability to move by themselves.
Where are all the former friends of Tony Blair now he needs them more than ever?
Blair can't understand why the world doesn't admire him as much as he admires himself: in his public appearances he increasingly looks like a haunted and hunted man.
Hidden horrors of the "good war" that won't be commemorated on the D-Day anniversary
By the end of World War II, the US and Britain were bombing Japanese and German cities to terrorize the people who lived in them and transmit a ‘message’ to the inhabitants of cities who had not been bombed.
Stolen girls problem solved now Obama and Cameron promise to "take on" Boko Haram?
The natural desire of so many people to 'do something' about a horrible crime like this should not translate into simplistic and reductionist moral crusades that blind us to its deeper causes.
John Kerry was wrong to say Israel could become an apartheid state, as it already is
The Palestinian people subject to military occupation, colonization and the forced dispossession of the territory they inhabit are not obliged to ‘recognize’ the existence of their occupiers.
What Tony Blair really said in that speech about Islamic extremism
"I know that no matter how badly it all turns out, no matter how many people die as a result of the policies I am advocating, it will be worth it because I will get richer and richer."
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.