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Sign up for a nuclear ban – CND hands in hundreds of signatures to May

CND marked the opening of the nuclear ban treaty for signatures in New York with an event in Downing Street, central London.

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Reclaiming Gospel Nonviolence

A report from a Christian conference on nonviolence.

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Majority of states agree to ban nuclear weapons at United Nations

122 countries vote in favour of a treaty banning nuclear weapons - Britain refused to participate

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What Does War Generate?

Who carries out the works of mercy in the war-torn country of Afghanistan?

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Peace History Conference 2017 - London

Blending theatre, art and politics, the Peace History Conferences go from strength to strength

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MCR: Salman Abedi's disappearing sister

How the mainstream media self-censored 'revenge' for western foreign policy from their reporting on the Manchester attacks

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MCR: Living in the real world - terrorism is connected to foreign policy

Britain's wars abroad increase the risk of attacks at home: the public knows it, Conservatives know it, and the police and security services know it

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MCR: Corbyn's disappearing speech

How the British mass media exploded with outrage over Jeremy Corbyn's speech linking terrorism with British foreign policy - and then pretended the speech never happened

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First pictures of police officer Andy Coles while undercover

Peace News publishes the first full-face photographs of police officer Andy Coles while he was undercover as 'Andy Davey' in the early 1990s. Coles was exposed as a police infiltrator on 12 May 2017 and forced to resign as deputy police and crime commissioner for Cambridgeshire on 15 May

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From the Ground Down

Countries in the Global South have been forced into the large-scale extraction of natural resources (coal, oil, minerals, land) in order to export raw materials. It is corporations based in Europe and North America who generally profit. This 'extractivism' is happening even in Bolivia, where the government once presented itself as the protector of Mother Earth.

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