"Any military intervention would cause massive bloodshed in Niger itself and would almost certainly lead to wider war in the area."
"DSEI won’t just aid the transfer of weapons and military technology for Israel’s violent attacks on Palestinians" - read why a broad range of activists are mobilising against the arms fair.
Looking at the life and legacy of Sylvia Pankhurst, historian Katherine Connolly led a discussion at Arise Festival on the suffragette, socialist and scourge of empire.
"We are fast approaching the situation where a nuclear war will be fought in Europe" - Kate Hudson, CND General Secretary.
"84 Labour MPs followed their consciences and voted against the war. 69 abstained. Blair only won a majority with the support of 146 Tory MPs" - Lynne Jones, 20 years on from opposing the Iraq War.
“20 years ago today, Britain invaded Iraq, joining the US in a war that lacked approval from the UN. What followed was death & destruction on a colossal scale.”
"The government keeps telling us that there is no magic money tree, yet there is always money found for nuclear weapons"
Sam Browse urges trade unionists to support the Stop the War Coalition motion for an economy that reflects the real interests of workers on the world stage - an economy for peace, people and planet.
Channeling investment into renewables and away from defence is in the interests of working people across the world, writes Sophie Bolt, CND.
Chris Nineham, Stop the War, reflects on the impact of Britain's largest ever demonstration, the march against the Iraq war on February 15th, 2003.