by Gabriel Carlyle
Britain to stay in Afghanistan after 2014, playing
by Chris Cole
US drones continue to target Pakistan, despite opposition
On 23 April, thousands of Pakistanis, “led” by ex-cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan blocked the Khyber pass, the route for 70% of supplies for NATO troops in Afghanistan.
by Milan Rai
The last survivor of more than 70 million military personnel who served in the First World War died in Australia on 5 May, aged 110.
by Alun Williams
Welsh activists march against the cuts.
by Cymdeithas y Cymod
On “Armed Forces Day” we will remember the civilians killed by unmanned aerial vehicles (“drones”).
by Diana Marquand
What if there was a spirit of oil? What would it see?
by Janet Fenton
On 18 May, the UK government announced its plan to spend several billion pounds over the next five years on new nuclear-armed submarines.
by Dan Viesnik
Dan Viesnik reports from the Stop Nuclear Power Network's latest action
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