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Activists from the South Korean organisation World Without War have taken direct action inside the DX Korea arms fair, targetting companies associated with the war in Yemen, the Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict, and human rights abuses in West Papua.

The British government has announced plans to increase defence spending by the highest amount since the Cold War in an attempt to "transform" the British military.

A week after losing the 2020 US election, the Trump administration announced a number of huge arms deal between the USA and the United Arab Emirates.

Four arms companies have submitted proposals to the Swiss government, bidding to be the manufacturer of the countries new fleet of war planes to replace the again F-5 and F/A-18 fleet.

2020 have reminded us how dangerous and volatile our militarised world can be, and how much we need strong, effective antimilitarist movements, and now more than ever! War Resisters' International is committed to resisting war and its causes, and we've got big plans for the rest of 2020. Do you want to help us build and sustain our work? Read more here how.