What’s wrong with “Stop the War”? Author: Simon NelsonThe Stop The War Coalition enjoyed its heyday around the time of the 2003 invasion of Iraq, but has regained some prominence since David Cameron’s government first proposed the bombing of Syria in August 2013. A genuine anti-war movement needs to have an internationalist viewpoint. Solidarity against the forces of barbarism whether western or not should be our guiding principle. And the Stop the War Coalition has singularly failed to follow it.Trade Unions: Iraqi trade unionsIssues and Campaigns: War and TerrorThe AWL, Labour and the Left: 'Respect' and George GallowaySWPCommunist Party of Britain and Morning StarCounterfirePublications: Solidarity 420, 19 October 2016facebooktwittergoogle+whatsappemailprintAround the world: AfghanistanIraqMarxist Theory and History: As we were saying Read more about What’s wrong with “Stop the War”?