UNAC Webinar: Where is the Ukraine War Going, How Should the Peace Movement Respond



  • Ajamu Baraka
    • --Black Alliance for Peace
  • Sara Flounders
    • --International Action Center
  • Scott Ritter
    • --Former US Weapons Inspector
  • Alan Freeman
    • --International Manifesto Group

What does Cuba Have to Do With the International Movement Against the Climate Crisis?

by Alison Bodine, published in Fire This Time, Volume 16, Issues 5, 6, August 2022 The fight for climate justice It has been yet another difficult week of the climate crisis for mother earth and humanity. The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has just released yet another report. This 6th report highlights how governments lie about the[…]

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US Department of Justice Requests Argentina Seize EMTRASUR Boeing 747

by Orinoco Tribune Staff, published on the Orinoco Tribune, August 3, 2022 On Tuesday, August 2, the US Department of Justice requested that Argentine authorities seize the Boeing 747—property of Venezuelan state-owned EMTRASUR and grounded by Argentinian authorities on June 6 at the Buenos Aires international airport at Ezeiza—on the basis of an alleged breach of the unilateral coercive measures[…]

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End the Korean War – 70 Years is Enough!

by Richie Merino, published on Workers World, August 10, 2022 The following remarks were prepared by International Action Center member Richie Merino for the “Denuclearization and Peace on the Korean Peninsula” event at the United Nations Aug. 4, co-organized by Solidarity for Peace and Reunification of Korea (SPARK) and People’s Solidarity for Participatory Democracy (PSPD). The key actors in Korea’s[…]

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The Democratic Republic of Congo Has Effectively Been Recolonized by Western Capital

by Owen Schalk, published on CovertAction Magazine, August 3, 2022 The United States does the heavy lifting, but Canada provides consistent behind-the-scenes support to enable the plunder of Congo and other nations in the Global South. On October 14, 2004, a group of ten armed men took control of the city of Kilwa in the eastern Katanga province of the[…]

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While Cuba Deals with the Matanzas Fire, the U.S. Watches and Waits

by Natasha Lycia Ora Bannan and Medea Benjamin, published on Resumen-English,  August 10, 2022 By now, the images of the oil explosion that erupted in the Cuban province of Matanzas on Friday, August 5 that has just been extinguished has been seen around the world. When lightning struck an oil tank in Cuba’s largest oil storage facility, it quickly exploded and[…]

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Call Me – Washington’s Generosity

by Isaac Saney and Cheryl LaBash, published on Socialist Action, August 11, 2022 While various countries such as Mexico and Venezuela were concretely assisting Cuba in overcoming the unprecedented disastrous fire consuming the Mantanzas oil storage facility, the United States cynically sat on its hands, instead asking Havana to call them. As Mexico, for example, sent 16 flights with over[…]

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U.S. Media Hide Military Threats vs. China

by Sara Flounders, published on Workers World, August 9, 2022 Why has there been almost no coverage of what was taking place at the same time multi-millionaire Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi was visiting Taiwan? Consider what is being said, as well as what is totally omitted, in the U.S. coverage of China’s naval action around Taiwan. The U.S.[…]

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