Features in issue 2535-2536

Break the Libya stalemate

by Milan Rai , Emily Johns

Milan Rai examines the diplomatic record of peace initiatives over Libya.

“Don’t look away—the siege of Gaza must end”

by Kathy Kelly

Kathy Kelly explains why she will be joining this summer's Gaza Freedom Flotilla.

Military conversion

by Michael Pooler

Peace News last visited the Slovenian long-lived social centre, Metelkova, in 1995. Michael Pooler stopped by when the PEDAL: 100 Days to Palestine cycle ride to Palestine passed through last month.

From Managua to Gaza

by Ben Gregory

The rise and rise of the internationalist left in Latin America

Setting a New Standard for radical journalism

by Brian Dominick

A ground-breaking radical online newspaper, and how it put its values into practice in the workplace.

Workers’ control

by Jessica Azulay

A ground-breaking radical online newspaper, and how it put its values into practice in the workplace.

Propaganda and media

by Milan Rai

Milan Rai recaps the Chomsky-Herman "Propaganda Model" of the mainstream media.

A free and equal school

by Steve Fawdry , Hylda Sims

Summerhill is 90 this August. Through most of a century the world has been inspired or terrified by AS Neill’s philosophy of education and his championing of children’s liberty. Peace News celebrates the birthday of a great libertarian project.

A different sort of hero

by Virginia Moffatt

A pacifist reflects on the many-sided television character, Doctor Who, with spoilers aplenty (especially if you haven’t seen the recent series).

What were you doing when Peace News turned 75?

by Cedric Knight

Cedric Knight finds dissent alive and well in Stoke Newington.