Loyalist riots: is the long Good Friday coming to an end?
The combination of sectarianism, poverty and repression is an explosive mix argues Chris Bambery
Biden's presidency, the warmakers and the anti-war movement in the US
Anti-war sentiment has already impacted on the incoming Biden administration, but it will have to be mobilised to deliver change, argues Chris Nineham
Imperial undertones of Trump’s hurried deal for the Balkans
The US President is hoping that he can broker a Serbia-Kosovo deal ahead of the November elections, writes Vladimir Unkovski-Korica
Endless conflicts are deepening Coronavirus crisis
In this critical hour, all sanctions and hostilities must cease argues Chris Nineham
Hiroshima 74 years on: campaigners demand no nukes, no war
Anti-war and anti-nuclear activism is at the heart of remembrance in Hiroshima, report Clare Solomon and Steph Pike
A hundred years after WW1, what are we remembering?
The establishment makes a big display of remembering fallen WW1 soldiers while justifying today's wars. We should remember those who fought hard to stop war, argues Lindsey German
An anti-war government: a formation whose time has come
Jeremy Corbyn’s roots in the global anti-war movement offer an unprecedented opportunity to marginalise the warmongers, asserts Chris Nineham
Wear a white poppy to honour the dead on Remembrance Day
People buy the red poppy to support soldiers returning from war, but the best way to protect their interests is to stop sending them into these disastrous conflicts