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Philippines must dismantle its private armies!

State-backed militaries continue to act with impunity, writes Iris Gonzales.

Filed in: Military Philippines

UN ‘travesty’: resolutions of mass destruction - Part 2

How has the corporate press reacted to the fighting in Syria?

Filed in: Iraq Media Military Syria

UN ‘travesty’: resolutions of mass destruction (Part 1)

Why haven’t our leaders, itching to get the UN security council to act on Syria, learnt the lessons of UN intervention in Libya?

Filed in: Libya Military Syria

US drones invade Iraqi skies

When is a US troop pullout not a pullout? asks Felicity Arbuthnot.

Filed in: Iraq Military United States War and Peace

Grave concerns over security laws in Kashmir

A grim discovery has exposed the military’s abuse of draconian powers in a culture of impunity, says Freny Manecksha.

Filed in: Human Rights Kashmir Military

New Internationalist contributor arrested for telling the truth

Supporters plan vigil for anti-arms trade activist Chris Cole, who goes on trial on Monday.

Filed in: Activism Military

From child soldier to civilian - a tough transition in Colombia

Having handed in their weapons, former child soldiers face a new battle - for acceptance into society. Seth Biderman reports.

Filed in: Colombia Military Youth

Haiti’s decision to rearm is an obstacle to peace, development and freedom

Costa Rica’s former President Oscar Arias Sanchez – who was instrumental in abolishing his own country’s army – explains why.

Filed in: Costa Rica Haiti Military

Arms trade infographic

The ‘war on terror’ saw the west splurge its peace dividend in a frenzy of arms spending. Check out some astonishing facts and figures…

Filed in: Arms Military

The clout of the arms industry

The arms trade tends to have the government’s ear. Why, wonders Dinyar Godrej, when it is so counter-productive?

Filed in: Arms Military Trade

‘Nothing has changed in Egypt’

A special report from Tahrir Square on the violence of the last few days, and how Egypt has been let down by its new leaders.

Filed in: Activism Egypt Military Politics

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