A selection of our main articles, comments, and links dating back to the run-up to the 2003 invasion.
Solidarity with Iraqi workers
Iraqi workers organise: interview with Alex Gordon about the British trade union delegation to Iraq, December 2003.
US unionists launch Iraq solidarity fund, April 2004
The occupation and the "resistance"
Capitulators of yesterday and today: a reply by Sean Matgamna to Alan Johnson of "Labour Friends of Iraq", part 1, part 2, part 3. Alan Johnson's article Don't think twice, it's all right, and another response by Martin Thomas, The ghost of Peter Struve.
Trade unionists or Islamists: who are the "Vichyists" in Iraq?, a reply by Martin Thomas to Sami Ramadani (November 2004)
Reactionary anti-imperialists, editorial from Solidarity 3/60, 21 October 2004
Iraq: help build 'Third Camp' against US and Sadr, Solidarity 3/49, April 2004.
No to America, No to political Islam! Yes to freedom and security! Worker-communist Party of Iraq, April 2004.
Militias Attempt to Turn Workers' Factories into Military Bastions, Worker-communist Party of Iraq, April 2004.
Worker-communist Party of Iraq statement on the crisis in Iraq, April 2004
The aftermath of the invasion
Help Iraqi workers organise!, Solidarity 3/37, 25 September 2003
Worker-communist Party of Iraq on Iraq today, July 2003
Notes on perspectives in Iraq, by Clive Bradley, 5 May 2003
Interview with Nadia Mahmood of the Worker-communist Party of Iraq, Solidarity 3/29, 1 May 2003
The US/UK occupation: priorities, priorities, Solidarity 3/28, 17 April 2003
Let Iraq's peoples decide their future, Solidarity 3/28, 17 April 2003
Freedom for the Kurds, Solidarity 3/28, 17 April 2003
What Iraqi socialists say, Solidarity 3/28, 17 April 2003
Was the war about euro versus dollar?, Solidarity 3/29, 1 May 2003
The New American Century?, Solidarity 3/28, 17 April 2003
Contribution from the Revolutionary Democratic Group: excerpt on imperialism from their programme
The invasion of 2003
Bush's war is for oil not freedom; a reply to Christopher Hitchens and David Aaronovitch
An international appeal against war and against Saddam's regime
Issues behind the war
Contributions from the AWL day school on War, Imperialism and Globalisation.
War in Iraq: issues for socialists
- Control of oil is the issue
A Marxist Response to Capitalist Globalisation
Debates inside the anti-war movement in 2003
Stop work to stop war! AWL National Committee resolution on anti-war activity, 16 February 2003
What way for the anti-war movement?: Workers' Liberty leaflet, 22 March 2003
Go to the Iraq topic page on this website for a complete listing of comments and articles on Iraq. See
Read Workers' Liberty magazine, no.2/3..