Serbia Resists U.S. Led Bullying

by Greg Elich, published on CounterPunch, May 24, 2022 Serbia, a primary target of NATO aggression in the past,  now refuses to join the bully boys.     [jb] Little more than half a year has passed since Belgrade hosted the Non-Aligned Summit on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the movement’s founding, and Serbia is increasingly under fire for[…]

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NY Times Shifts Pro-War Narrative, Documents Failure of US in Ukraine

by John V. Walsh, published on Antiwar.com, May 13, 2022 Seeing the most prolific liar acknowledge the truth gives me a headache.  Cognitive dissonance, has my ears ringing.  I don’t know what to make of it.   But, if they will never acknowledge the cause, at least it is good to see them note the increasingly apparent and deadly consequences.  […]

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May 2, 2022: An Appeal for International Solidarity with the People of Odessa!

May 2, 2022: An Appeal for International Solidarity with the People of Odessa! NO to Fascism! NO to NATO! YES to a Multipolar World based on Cooperation, not Confrontation! Now more than ever, in light of the escalating military and political confrontation between Western powers and the Russian Federation and its allies, we must remember what has led to the[…]

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Will the U.S. Send Reaper Drones Into the Ukraine Whirlwind?

by Nick Mottern, published on Common Dreams, April 7, 2022 This article by Nick Mottern, who has spent over a decade studying and opposing drone warfare, presents a very worrisome direction that the US is taking with regard to Ukraine.   I don’t think that they will act on it immediately because drones need to be based somewhere, and wherever they[…]

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Rand Report Prescribed US Provocations Against Russia & Predicted Russia Might Retaliate in Ukraine

by Rick Sterling, published on Dissident Voices, March 26, 2022 According to a 2019 Rand report titled “Overextending and Unbalancing Russia,” the US goal is to undermine Russia just as it did the Soviet Union in the cold war. Rather than “trying to stay ahead” or trying to improve the US domestically or in international relations, the emphasis is on efforts[…]

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On Russia’s Military Intervention in Ukraine

Statement from U.S. Peace Council, March 24, 2022 What we all hoped would not happen has happened. The Russian Federation sent troops into Ukraine on February 24 in response to decades of relentless US-led NATO provocation. The present situation puts many serious, fundamental questions before the global peace movement. A fierce propaganda campaign, long simmering with Russiagate and the onset[…]

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U.S. Threatens Nuclear War or Sanctions

by Sara Flounders, published on Workers World, March 16, 2022 A seismic shift is sending shock waves through the global economy. The well-established capitalist disorder, dominated by U.S. imperialism and in place since World War II, is on shaky ground. Extreme economic sanctions imposed on Russia are dragging the whole world into a war that started long before the Russian[…]

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What is Happening In and Around Ukraine

Statement from The Communist Party of the Russian Federation, March 14, 2022 This is interesting, among other reasons, because it shows that there is a measure of unanimity in Russia around the current action in Ukraine.  It is not a Putin project, but rather something supported by diverse parties and factions of the Russian government.  As you may be aware,[…]

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Zelensky Rubbishes Biden’s war on Russia

by M. K. Bhadrakumar, published on Indian Punchline, March 11, 2022 While we are debating our own concerns in the antiwar movement about how to frame the US proxy war with Russia in Ukraine, the rest of the world is not staying silent.  They have strong opinions, most of which are not flattering.  [jb] What was the need for all[…]

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Without Even Realizing How We Were Being Played, Could This Be Russiagates Checkmate

by Jacqueline Luqman, published on Black Agenda Report, March 2, 2022 Tales of Donald Trump collusion with Vladimir Putin absolved the democrats of electoral blame, and supported the war party in its attacks on Russia. Yet it was the democratic administration of Barack Obama which first made common cause with the Ukrainian right wing and set the stage for military[…]

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