A conference to highlight how war impacts on children has been organized by the University of Wolverhampton in conjunction with the University of Salzburg.
Islamic Relief says the international response to the crisis has been ‘woefully inadequate’ and highlights the ‘chaotic conditions’ and ‘immense suffering’ in makeshift camps
Robin Clarke has been watching the news unfold over the last few days and smells the stink of hypocrisy.
Laurence Inman eavesdrops on talk of justification.
“Who is responsible for recording and documenting the names of the dead?”, asks NATO Watch director Ian Davis
by Richard Lutz In June 2006, Captain James Phillipson, died while rescuing ambushed colleagues in Helmand Province. He was Britain’s first combat casualty in that bleak part of Afghanistan. Today UK forces are still there, protecting, patrolling and fighting in this benighted patch of earth. And last week, The Ministry of Defence had the…
Alex Crawford OBE will deliver a talk at Coventry University next month
Andy Goff remembers the lies behind the invasion of Iraq and ponders on the “mission accomplished”
NATO Watch calls on the NATO Secretary General to establish an independent inquiry to evaluate Operation Unified Protector in its entirety
Alan Clawley’s been to the theatre and brings us a review of Joan Littlewood’s classic.
AN EXCLUSIVE REPORT FROM OUR SPORT EDITOR HOWARD ‘BUTCH’ ELSTON
“In the face of failure war leaders never hesitate to invent new aims to justify keeping the war going,” reckons Alan Clawley
A new report published today identifies an existing but previously unacknowledged requirement in law for those who use or authorise the use of drone strikes
“If NATO continues operations in Libya after June 24, a possible Norwegian contribution will be different and less comprehensive than the current one,”
One of Britain’s leading charities, Oxfam, has warned that Afghan security forces are not ready to take over the responsibility
Dr Ian Davis from NATO Watch once again provides details and summary of what’s happening with the campaign in Libya.
Howard Elston, our very own really good reporter, files from the Libyan frontline.
Our brains are now overwhelmed by a big old fashioned white out. We think snow, dream snow and live snow.