Campaign Against the Arms Trade are looking to fill two volunteer roles.
Rob Miller calls on the US and UK governments to end the anachronistic, brutal and illegal blockade of Cuba.
James Suggett on how a row over espionage is exacerbating the intense friction between the Chavez government and the US-backed Uribe regime in Colombia.
Stephen Lendman previews the forthcoming book by journalist, campaigner and regular London Progressive Journal contributor Ramzy Baroud.
Garry Leech argues that the US role in the Honduran crisis represents a continuation of the traditional US approach towards democracy in Central America.
The threat comes not only from jihadis but 'neo-Nazis' out to kill black people, Jews and gays, says Johann Hari.
Jeremy Corbyn MP urges Londoners to take to the streets on Saturday in protest at the disastrous Afghan war.
In the first of a two-part essay examining the background to the recent terrorist attack in Iran, Daniel Pye looks at the US government's employment of proxy armies or 'surrogates' in its bid for strategic control of the Middle East.
Lack of popular participation in the political process is both a cause and an effect of the present crisis, as Rick Wolff explains.
Ramzy Baroud on the reductionist caricatures which underpin the supposed 'clash of civilizations' between the West and Islam.