Labour conference 2018: packed Stop the War fringe meeting declares an anti-war government vital
The anti-war movement is on the front foot, and made its mark at Labour's conference
Judge says Blair can't be prosecuted - is anyone surprised?
The High Court judgement shows that the establishment is closing ranks to prevent politicians being held accountable for their actions argues Chris Nineham
Is there any war you don't support Theresa May?
Corbyn is wrongly labelled a pacifist by the Tories and the media, but his opposition to unnecessary war without end is in stark contrast to Theresa May's endless warmongering
Fifteen years after 9/11: deepening chaos across the world
The world is now almost unrecognisably more agonised, unstable and dangerous, writes Chris Nineham
After Chilcot: now Blair must face charges
We now need action to finally achieve justice for Iraq, writes Lindsey German
Chilcot: bring Blair to justice
The announcements about Chilcot have stirred long dormant feelings of opposition to the war, writes Lindsey German
Blood year: Islamic State and the Failures of the War on Terror
David Kilcullen’s insider account of the war on terror should be a warning to us all, writes Chris Nineham
Cameron knows that this is about sending ground troops
For David Cameron, airstrikes are a prelude to ground troops. All out to stop the second Iraq War, argues Kevin Ovenden