Features in issue 2478

Bringing the war to the factory floor

by Andrew Beckett

Pressure continues to mount on Brighton weapons-component manufacturers EDO MBM, as Brighton anti-war campaigners identified EDO as a key link in Israel's military machine. Andrew Beckett reports.

"I need to be able to look my grand-children in the eyes"

by David MacKenzie

From 1 October, rolling blockades of Trident's homeport of Faslane will begin. David Mackenzie reports.

A month of action against war and occupation

by Gabriel Carlyle

This October, a month of activities - culminating in a weekend of nonviolent civil disobedience against the occupation - will mark the anniversary of the 2004 attack on Fallujah. Gabriel Carlyle outlines the programme.

"It's pretty obvious what's going on here"

by Janet Kilburn

Work on new nuclear weapons facilities continues apace at Britain's nuclear bomb factory. Janet Kilburn reports on the campaigns attempting to "block the builders".

Pushing the debate

by Kate Hudson

Pressure mounts for action to stop Trident "replacement". Kate Hudson reports from Manchester on how Trident replacement has been kept off the Labour Party conference agenda.

Unarmed resistance in Nepal

by Tom Daly

In April, Tom Daly was in Kathmandu during the massive pro-democracy uprising. Here he reflects on the nonviolent movement that achieved victory, despite a stark lack of international solidarity.