'Nuclear weapons are insane – shut down Faslane!'
Activists who blockaded Faslane nuclear base in Glasgow are calling for a safer and greener future, reports Mark Porciani.
Scottish Labour lurches to the right
The promise of radical transformation in Scotland will not come from inside Scottish Labour, argues Vladimir Unkovski-Korica.
Socialists don't do nukes
Nuclear weapons are incompatible with socialist politics, argues Hilary Stephenson
No thanks for nuclear weapons - protest outside Westminster Abbey
The Royal Navy's bizarre #nukes4jesus thanksgiving service was met with the disgust it deserves, reports Richard Pratt
Labour needs a new foreign policy
Jeremy Corbyn's long-held views ought to become Labour policy
Why Labour needs to adopt Corbyn's foreign policy
Labour badly needs to adopt Corbyn's view of war and peace and dump the carbon copy of Tory policies which have served working people so poorly
Don‘t waste this victory
After Corbyn‘s re-election, we need to build a strong extra-parliamentary force that supports Labour – if it supports them
Supporting Trident and Nato is the wrong direction
In a world of increasing conflict, pandering to the right-wing on Trident and Nato is not the way forward, argues Lindsey German
Internationalism can’t be sacrificed to keep the Labour right happy
Retreating over foreign policy will allow the right to regroup, argues John Rees
Trident: it's about power not peace
MPs voted through a military programme that has no rationale, argues Alex Bennett. The campaign to against renewal must go on
Politics is hotting up, not just in Westminster
The Tories and Labour are tearing themselves apart, but looking beyond Westminster, various movements are growing in strength, reports Lindsey German
Architect or Bee? The Human Price of Technology
Architect or Bee?
put the case that a new organisation of technology could provide social good rather than profit. Orlando Hill welcomes the new edition
The nuclear option: why Paul Mason is wrong
Lindsey German argues that supporting weapons of mass destruction would be a disaster for the left
The biggest anti-nuclear march in a generation
Saturday's march against the renewal of Britain's nuclear weapons was angry, political and full of hope, reports Tom Griffiths
Trident: pointless, wasteful and very very dangerous - podcast
We spoke to Kate Hudson, General Secretary of CND about why we all need to be at the Stop Trident demonstration on 27th February
Now is the time to Stop Trident
The Tories' plans to renew the Trident missile system are causing a revival of the anti-nuclear movement, writes Kate Hudson
Labour reshuffle: Britain's political crisis
Brian Heron places Corbyn's reorganisation of his shadow cabinet in the wider political context
Ruling out genocide: Corbyn touches a nerve!
Brian Heron looks at why Jeremy Corbyn's refusal to use nuclear weapons has caused outrage amongst the establishment
Establishment campaign to subvert the next government has already begun
The establishment's anti-SNP hysteria is aimed at the post election world - they want to nip in the bud any chance of real change
Mutual Defence Agreement: Cameron plans secret renewal of nuclear cooperation with US
David Cameron is due to secretly renew the Mutual Defence Agreement (MDA) on nuclear cooperation between the US and the UK writes Ellen Graubart