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Is anti-austerity and anti-war Jeremy Corbyn about to change the face of British politics?
How Britain's disastrous war policies in the Middle East just got a whole lot worse
The new axis of evil in America's voracious lust for power and resources
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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.
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.