From control over historical records to manipulation of social media, there are a myriad of ways that the state seeks to shape our attitudes to war.
Far from deep-green hippies, much of today's environmentalism was built by military and political elites who sought to control the planet, not save it.
When the media covers a paper mathematically modeling the relationship between war, space and the evolution of complex societies, much ideology is laid bare.
It is quite possible, and necessary, to oppose Assad and imperialism.
Parliament offered a welcome display of independence last week, but power to make war still lies with a murderous elite.
Foreign military intervention in Syria will have no unambiguous allies on the ground, as it did in Libya, and no well-defined territories to secure.
Review of The Act of Killing (Joshua Oppenheimer, 2012)
Are the Imperial War Museums truly independent?
Is American support for Israel's occupation a reflection of US interests or the machinations of the Israel lobby? Both—and neither.
Sectarian divisions in the Middle East are being exacerbated by the region’s political and economic problems.