Selling repression around the world
Andrew Smith and Matthew Burnett-Stuart focus on the UK's role, and that of UK arms companies, in promoting tear gas and weapons for state repression around the world.

Museums exist to serve the public, not the arms trade
Our most famous museums and attractions are giving practical support and a veneer of legitimacy to the arms industry, writes Andrew Smith

The arms trade must be kept out of Remembrance Day
Andrew Smith and Matthew Burnett-Stuart from Campaign Against Arms Trade look at the role of arms companies in World War One and how they are trying to exploit Remembrance Day.

UK must end all arms sales to Hong Kong
Following the attempted suppression of protests in Hong Kong, writer and researcher Nicholas Gilby and Andrew Smith of Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) consider the UK's involvement in the violence and call for an end all arms sales to Hong Kong.

Resisting the UK’s political and military support for Israel
Andrew Smith, from Campaigns Against Arms Trade, explains how the UK are arming Israel

Keep water cannons off the streets of London
Water cannons are weapons, writes Andrew Smith – they should have no place in the capital

The EU’s arms traders are ignoring human rights for short-term profits
Andrew Smith looks at the hypocrisy of European arms sales to the Middle East and Africa