The FivePercent Campaign: A Short Introduction (updated 03/2016) [pdf]

The Five Percent Campaign: Executive Summary (updated 03/2016) [pdf]

Violent Gaming (05/2015)

A New Economics & New Military Spending Agenda (updated 01/2018)

Some Reflections of the Taiwanese Presidential Election 2016 (01/2016)

The $2 trillion redline (01/2016) [pdf]

Cutting Global Military Spending – The $1 Trillion Yellow Line That We Need To Return To (02/2016) [pdf]

How I Learnt to Stop Worrying and Love the Lightning Jet (03/2016)

The 5% and the Universal Basic Income (04/2016)

Military Spend is a Development Issue (2017)

Don’t Buy Don’t Sell in the Trump era (04/2017)


Mark Curtis’ Report for Global Justice Now (December 2017)

The UK government’s Conflict, Stability and Security Fund (CSSF) raises all kinds of questions about the future of UK aid, the nature of the UK’s relations with states abusing human rights and the government’s openness with the public. Established in 2015, the CSSF is a £1 billion annual pot of money operating in dozens of countries which supposedly promotes the UK’s national security interests. Yet there are such fundamental problems with the CSSF that a complete overhaul is needed: It is increasingly using aid money to fund military and counter-terrorism projects which do not appear focused on what aid should be about: eradicating poverty and promoting inclusive development; It is funding ‘security’ forces in several states involved in appalling human rights abuses, thus the UK risks complicity in these violations; It is not transparent. Despite some improvements recently made to the Fund, programme details are scant and some appear to be misleading.