Foreign Minister Alistair Burt's admission that the Cameron government has "supported" a survey of attitudes to US drone strikes in Pakistan's tribal areas amounts to a tacit admission of British involvement.
A book on the troops who challenged the legitimacy of the Iraq conflict
DAVID FLOYD predicts an interesting year in the offing for those bored enough to bubble-watch.
PAUL WHITE rounds up the latest news and goings on in the world's most populous country.
ANDREW MURRAY continues his three-part series answering the 'left-wing' case for pro-war policy.
The Morning Star's parliamentary correspondent ROGER BAGLEY delves into the newly released files from the National Archive at Kew.
A tribute to Irish communist Jim Savage 1923-2005.
DAVID GRANVILLE explains how revelations about a British mole near the top of Sinn Fein raise a question mark over the future of the Good Friday agreement.
ANDREW MURRAY begins a three-part series in answer to the 'left-wing' case for a pro-war stance.
INTERVIEW: JUDITH LE BLANC, a leader of the US peace movement, explains the situation in her country.
Britain's only socialist TV critic is gobsmacked to find that the Bad Girls Christmas Special was actually very good.