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No place for slogans as the world remembers 9/11

Who sets the barometer of taste when it comes to memorial merchandise? wonders Hannah Garrard

Filed in: Society Terrorism

Challenging NATO’s militarism and the arms trade

Andrew Smith decries the close relationship between governments and arms manufacturers.

Filed in: Arms Military

Britain’s kids with guns

Should the British Army still enlist kids? asks Matteo Congregalli.

Filed in: Military United Kingdom

Carry On Jihading?

British plans to take passports away from those ‘suspected’ of terrorism are wrong on so many counts, says Kate Smurthwaite.

Filed in: England Human Rights Politics Terrorism

Scotland should say ‘Yes’ to ousting Trident

Nuclear disarmament should be a priority for the new Scottish government, thinks John Finnie.

Filed in: Nuclear Weapons Politics Scotland

Egypt’s cover-up: one year after the Rab’a Square massacre

The military-backed authorities recently refused entry to Human Rights Watch workers. They blocked the messengers but they can’t block the message, says Sarah Leah Whitson.

Filed in: Egypt Violence

Iraq’s displaced forced to flee militant group for a second time

Matthew Vickery and Sheren Khalel report on a desperate situation for the country’s refugees.

Filed in: Iraq Religion Terrorism Violence

Should we ‘Bobbitize’ the rapists?

Her gut response to one girl’s stand against an attacker makes Mari Marcel Thekaekara question her nonviolent principles.

Filed in: India Non-Violence Society Violence Women

Playing politics with Nigeria’s insurgency risks civil war

With elections due next year, tensions are simmering, writes Andrew Noakes.

Filed in: Conflict Nigeria Politics

‘Anti-extremism’ government programme targets student activist

Prevent singles out Birmingham student as domestic extremist, finds Josh Allen.

Filed in: Education Terrorism

A different legacy: lessons in peace from the First World War

As we campaign for peace today, what can we learn from our predecessors? asks Symon Hill

Filed in: Activism War and Peace

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