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Nato hypocrites are feeding the drive to war

Nato hypocrites are feeding the drive to war The conflict is a consequence of the US decision, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, to expand Nato

Protests defy the Tories and the bigoted DUP

Protests defy the Tories and the bigoted DUP Hundreds of people descended on Parliament Square demanding that Theresa May resigns

People Power—Fighting for Peace exhibit shows strength of anti war movement

People Power—Fighting for Peace exhibit shows strength of anti war movement Exhibition at the Imperial War Museum showcases the anti war movement through the decades.

When we wrecked rulers’ state visits

When we wrecked rulers’ state visits Before Trump, there was Bush. When Tony Blair rolled out the red carpet for his hated mate in the White House, mass protests ruined their royal tea party

Chilcot - Blair's 'UN route' was discussed in April 2002 - and it was the pathway to war

Chilcot - Blairs UN route was discussed in April 2002 - and it was the pathway to war The meeting between George Bush and Tony Blair in April 2002 has been described as a turning point the run-up to the invasion of Iraq.

Iraq Poem by Alan Gibbons

Iraq Poem by Alan Gibbons Author and campaigner Alan Gibbons sent Socialist Worker this poem yesterday, in the wake of the publication of the Chilcot report.

Anti-war newspaper is blocked from reporting as Chilcot report on Iraq is published

28 June 2016
Socialist Worker has been blocked from reporting from the publication of the Chilcot report into the Iraq war.

Russia's proxy war twists the knife in Syria

09 February 2016
At a meeting in Manchester last week I heard a Syrian refugee describe his plight and that of his family. It was heartbreaking. Essentially the same story could be told of millions, and their number increases daily.

Waging war in the name of women

26 January 2016
Our rulers often push racism to aid their war drives, while telling us they are defending women. Sadie Robinson demolishes their lies—and says liberation can only come from below

We’re right to build the anti-war movement, despite right’s attack

15 December 2015
The Stop the War Coalition faced an unprecedented onslaught from politicians and parts of the press over the past week.

Stop the War takes to streets against Tory war in Syria

12 December 2015
 Up to 5,000 people marched through central London in protest at Britain bombing Syria today, Saturday.

Wave of protests brings anti-war mood onto the streets in anger

08 December 2015
Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets against Britain joining another war in the Middle East.

Jeremy Corbyn should confront Labour warmongers not appease them

08 December 2015
As parliament voted for war in Syria last week, Labour MPs ratcheted up the war on Jeremy Corbyn.

Bomber Benn gets an earful from protesters in Leeds

08 December 2015
Angry anti-war protesters challenged shadow foreign secretary Hilary Benn for voting for war outside his surgery in Leeds last Saturday.

Don’t get tangled up in imperial rivalries

08 December 2015
Alex Callinicos argues that socialists and anti-imperialists have to build the broadest and biggest anti-war movement possible. But this task faces new complications

A world with no wars

08 December 2015
It’s possible—if we understand what makes them. Tomáš Tengely-Evans takes aim at imperialism

Tories look to escalate a war on Syria that's already killing civilians

08 December 2015
Tory defence secretary Michael Fallon has warned that the war in Syria was “not going to be short or simple”.

Protesters vow to fight on as Tories begin bombing Syria

03 December 2015
Around 3,000 protesters took the streets outside parliament as MPs inside voted for war. The first airstrike was launched just a few hours later.

Stop war on Syria round up

01 December 2015
David Cameron claimed bombing Syria is necessary because Isis poses a specific evil.Yet in August 2013 he said bombing Syria was necessary because of the specific evil of president Bashar al-Assad.

Thousands take to the streets for emergency protests

01 December 2015
Around 5,000 people joined an emergency protest outside Downing Street last Saturday against Britain joining the bombing of Syria. The protest had been called with just a few days’ notice.

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