US bombs still kill in Laos – even decades years after being dropped.
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Andrea Needham, who 20 years ago was arrested for disarming weapons bound for Indonesia, argues for bold action for peace and justice.
Doug Weir explains why these rights are especially important during times of armed conflict.
History shows that militarism disproportionately impacts the poor. For the politicians it’s a game, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.
To mark 65 years of fighting for justice, War on Want is calling for an end to the privatization of war. Ross Hemingway explains.
The UK is guilty of war crimes for selling arms to Saudi Arabia which have been deployed in Yemen, says Felicity Arbuthnot.
Andrew Smith considers the establishment meaning of the word relative to social wellbeing, peace and health.
Beneath a veneer of respectability sits an authoritarian monarchy with little concern for human rights, says Andrew Smith.
As September’ arms fair in London approaches, activists are preparing to protest, writes Michaela Whitton.
The recent Hacking Team leak illustrates the hypocrisy at the heart of the arms trade, writes Andrew Smith.
Andrew Smith decries the two countries’ close relationship, which defies all human rights principles.