by Douglas Newton
A historian uncovers the truth behind Britain’s rush to war in 1914
This year, the main theme of Peace News Summer Camp (31 July – 4 August) is countering the militarism and jingoism around the centenary of the First World War, which is why the camp is called ‘The World is My Country’.
by Emily Johns
No 2 in Peace News’ ‘The World is my Country’ poster project.
By Milan Rai, Emily Johns
by David Polden
43 protesters arrested at spy HQ and air force bases in the US
by Gabriel Carlyle
‘Far from reducing international terrorism... the 2003 invasion [of Iraq] had the effect of promoting it'
by Johanna Deeksha
Peace News investigates a London activist on whom suspicions have been cast....
by David Edwards, David Cromwell
The mainstream media and climate change
by Pete Ramand, James Foley
Scottish independence could reinvigorate radical movements north and south of the border, and deal a blow to British imperialism
by Emily Masters
Peace News brings together environmental activists for a transatlantic round table
by PN staff
Your responses to our social audit questionnaire
by Milan Rai
On 17 May, 100 friends and colleagues of the British pacifist author and activist Howard Clark gathered at a ceremony organised by Peace News Trustees in Conway Hall, London.
'Death of the valley'
At the London Transport Museum
by Jeff Cloves
Paging all poets
by Marc Hudson
Another staggering work of heart-breaking genius – about activists and academics