President Bush’s administration are gung-ho about taking military action against Osama bin Laden and his Taliban hosts.
As we go to press, Bush’s military machine is preparing for action. Air-strikes against Afghanistan are imminent.
Horror and outrage are natural responses to the carnage in New York and Washington.
OVER 5,000 joined CND’s protest against Bush and Blair’s war plans outside Downing Street on 22 September.
Over the last few years, anti-capitalist protests at meetings of the main world powers have been gaining in size and impact.
Most of the long-suffering Afghan people would welcome the overthrow of the Taliban regime. However, neither the country’s opposition militias nor Western imperialism provide a solution to their problems as the experience of re-introducing capitalism […]
Opinion polls in the US show overwhelming support for military action in Afghanistan. But as Diane Stokes in Chicago reports, the mood is more complex than the polls would suggest.
Around 2,000 people at a London rally on 21 September heard speakers condemn Bush and Blair’s plans for war.
More than 10,000 people took part in a demonstration against the war in Berlin on Saturday 22 September.