by Milan Rai, Emily Johns
New CIA files show US supported Iraqi chemical warfare against Iran
Book your tickets now for PN's benefit 'Celebration of People Power' on Sunday 13 October.
by Milan Rai
Black leadership at Peace News Summer Camp
by Gabriel Carlyle
Taliban restates its position at secret talks in Dubai
by David Polden
Former army private given 35-year sentence for exposing torture and secret killings
US-German air force base blockaded
by Denise Drake
Yaqui nation takes action over water rights
Hunger strikes continue in Guantanamo and California
by David McKenzie
David Mackenzie explores the 'fiendishly complex' connections between Trident and next year's Scottish independence referendum
by Peter Nias
Peter Nias explores some forgotten peace initiatives from a century ago
by Osman Ahmed
Halabja survivor Osman Ahmed's work are a 'rendezvous between life and death'
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by Maria Gomez
An international course in freedom and autonomy draws 1700 participants from around the world.
by George Farebrother
Frustrated by the answers you get from your MP?
by Erica Smith
Erica Smith samples the delights of this year's UK Feminista summer school
by Julia Mercer
Activists help knit 7 mile scarf in lead-up to Burghfield disarmament camp
by Kelvin Mason
End of an era as all-Wales campaigning network closes
by Lotte Reimer
700 choristers descend on Aberystwyth
by Jeff Cloves
Jeff Cloves reflects on desertion's representation in popular music
by Albert Beale
In this era, Peace News’s supportive coverage of feminist campaigns and of anti-sexist men’s groups was still sometimes controversial; it frequently led to continuing debate on the letters pages each fortnight. Here, Mark Ashmore joins in.
By Emily Johns
PN co-editor Emily Johns reflects on difference and the difference it makes.