UNAC Report from the First International Conference Against US/NATO Military Bases

by Joe Lombardo, from UNACPeace.org, November 26. 2018 Many UNAC leaders and members participated in the First International Conference against US/NATO Military Bases, which was held on November 16-18 at Liberty Hall in Dublin, Ireland and attended by more than 300 activists from 35 countries. Around 60 people registered from the US. The conference was organized by the Global Campaign[…]

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Report On Militarism: The International Conference Against US/NATO Bases

Photo: Protest outside of Dublin Post Office at No Bases Conference by Ellen Davidson by Roger Harris, Popular Resistance, November 25, 2018 For the first time in the history of humanity, the technical means are at hand to eliminate poverty if resources were not diverted to making war. World hunger could be abolished with only a small diversion from military budgets. The only[…]

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Black Internationalists Demand Closure of Hundreds of U.S. Military Bases

U.S. AFRICOM Photo: Camp Base Kisangani, Democratic Republic of the Congo, a Charlie company of the newly designated 391st commando battalion parade before Congolese and U.S. dignitaries at the conclusion of the ceremony marking the end of their training by U.S. Special Operations Command Africa September 15, 2010. The battalion was trained by U.S. Special Operations Command Africa as part[…]

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NATO: Moving Ever Closer Toward Russia

This map of NATO members and allies from NATO.int  gives you an idea of what Phil is describing. By Phil Wilayto When the North American Treaty Organization, or NATO, was founded on April 4, 1949, it had 12 members: the U.S., Canada and 10 Western European countries. By then the wartime cooperation with the Soviet Union was long over and[…]

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