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Welsh choir blockades Burghfield

UN climate branch backs calls

Ceredigion council becomes first Welsh ‘frack-free’ local authority

A brief report-back from the Nuclear Information Service's 'Trident Strategy Day'

Angie Zelter reports on a musical action

Praise Gandhi and pass the ammunition ...

Defendants' lawyers say move prompted by desire to conceal UK arms exports info


by Juan Cole

Juan Cole explains what's really behind current events in Yemen

by Andrew Smith

A report from this year’s Campaign Against Arms Trade national gathering

by Gabriel Carlyle

Gabriel Carlyle outlines some of the downsides to armed self-defence

by PN

It’s that time of year again for making summer plans.

by Jeremy Brecher

Activists are pursuing a three-pronged strategy ahead of December’s Paris climate summit

by Emily Johns

PN recounts some of the achievements of a neglected figure (and movement) from the German resistance to WW1

From the Blog

by Milan Rai | 23 Apr, 2015

A sceptical look at the evidence given to the British government's Chilcot Inquiry into the 2003 Iraq war by Richard Dearlove, head of MI6 at the time. Dearlove sticks to his WMD story but it has a big hole in it....

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Grace Crookall-Greening looks at a longstanding visionary economic project

Virginia Moffatt looks to her running heroes for inspiration




Howard Clark

Howard Clark wrote many thought-provoking and important articles for Peace News over the years. Here we select a few of the best:

by Howard Clark. An updated edition of the classic 70s pamphlet. Published by Peace News, July 2012

Tools and Resources

A 100-page booklet celebrating key figures and events from the First World War anti-war movement.

To mark the 10th anniversary of Britain's biggest ever protest, Peace News Press have published Ian Sinclair's new book The March that Shook Blair: An Oral History of 15 February 2003