Cover photo by Safa Kadhim On the 16th Feb, and to mark 16 years since the 2003 anti-war protests, BP or not BP?, and many others took over the British Museum; targetting specifically the BP-sponsored Assyria exhibition. This was part of a series of actions, that also included the action at the
New SIPRI arms transfers data shows small overall increase in global trade, but huge increase in sales to the Middle East. The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) yesterday releasedits latest data on the global
When the British Museum announced that it would hold an Assyria exhibition sponsored by BP we were instantly alarmed. Few companies have done as much damage in the region as BP!
William Hague's record of promoting conflict is at odds with his posing at the recent Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict.
Paediatrician Dr Samira Al'aani examining another case at Fallujah General Hospital. During the occupation of Iraq, the city of Fallujah bore witness to some of the most intense US combat operations since Vietnam, with 2004’s Operation Phantom Fury widely condemned for its ferocity and disregard for
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David Watson writes on weapons, wars and climate change for Blog Action Day on Climate Change - 15 October 2009. On 14 October, BBC's Newsnight asked the question "Can you be green and capitalist?" Simon Retallack, associate director at the centre-left think tank, the Institute for Public Policy Research, was asked how best to fight
The name Blackwater first seriously entered the popular consciousness on September 17th 2007 when 17 Iraqi civilians were shot dead by Blackwater employees, working as ‘security contractors’, in an affluent neighbourhood of Baghdad. The Iraqi government’s investigation found that, contrary to the claims of the Blackwater corporation, the security contractors had not been attacked. A