The Iraq disaster has eliminated the last major function of our armed forces. So let’s pay ourselves a war dividend.
At the talks beginning in Geneva today, the British government will fight attempts to ban cluster bombs.
The Disneyfication of war allows us to ignore its real savagery
Real men in government use their position to sell weapons.
In victory or in defeat, the military leaders who dominate Israeli politics can’t lose.
Hizbullah’s capture of Israeli soldiers provided the excuse for an assault planned for months.
Bush’s view of the Middle East rests on pure fantasy.
Building new nuclear weapons creates the threats they are supposed to avert.
In just a few months, Bush and Blair have destroyed the global restraint on nuclear weapons
Some people who engage in foreign conflicts are called terrorists. Others are about to be licensed by the government
Bush’s attempt to wreck the climate talks follows an established pattern of self-destruction
Why does no one care that the world’s worst conflict has broken out again?
Of course Iran wants the bomb, and the international system has given it everything it needs to build one.
Our fairytale version of Rwanda’s genocide has allowed us to overlook the government’s own crimes against humanity
By hardening its position on nuclear weapons, Labour is encouraging proliferation
The military is being invited into the heart of politics in the US.
The way to check American power is to support the euro
Underlying the US drive to war is the need to open up new opportunities for surplus capital
The men who claim to be fighting “evil” on behalf of “good” are also funding one of the world’s dirtiest wars
The UN Security Council is inherently tyrannical. No war it mandates can ever be just