Where We Stand

by Jeff Mackler, published on Socialist Action, April 11, 2022 Ukraine: No to the U.S.-orchestrated fascist coup! Editor: The statement below was approved by the April 9, 2022 meeting of Socialist Action’s National Committee. Serious political analysis on the left always begins with the facts. Substituting abstract theory not based on facts is always a dead end for the socialist[…]

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From Mosul to Raqqa to Mariupol, Killing Civilians is a Crime

by Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies, April 13, 2022 Americans have been shocked by the death and destruction of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, filling our screens with bombed buildings and dead bodies lying in the street. But the United States and its allies have waged war in country after country for decades, carving swathes of destruction through cities,[…]

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No Sanctions, No Nukes, No war!

by Sara Flounders, published on Workers World, March 22, 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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Suspending U.S.-ROK Military Exercises, Decreasing Military Tensions on Korean Peninsula

by G. Dunkel, published on Workers World, March 24, 2022 This statement was written by a collaboration of U.S. and South Korean peace groups, joining many colleagues in the U.S., South Korea and around the world to amplify our very urgent call. It will be sent to President Biden and President Moon in early April 2022. We, the civil society[…]

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Imperialist Victim Afghanistan After the Spotlight Has Passed

Statement from Black Alliance for Peace, March 24, 2022 Afghanistan has joined the ever growing ranks of countries forcibly thrown into desperate humanitarian crises following U.S./NATO wars now relegated to the sidelines as the latest crisis instigated by the West’s imperial aggression takes the spotlight. The blatant imperial theft of Afghan wealth, like what occurred with Iraq, Libya, and others[…]

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Biden Warns of “World War” While Truss Says Rostov and Voronezh are not Russian

by Paul Antinopoulos, published on InfoBRICS, February 11, 2022 Normally I might not publish something like this but I think we all should consider just how incompetent our leaders and their ‘diplomats’ really are.  [jb] President Joe Biden called for American citizens in Ukraine to leave the country as soon as possible after revealing the potential for a “world war”[…]

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Fifteen Nuclear Reactors in Ukraine -War Very Bad Idea

by Bruce Gagnon, published on Keep Space 4 Peace, January 29, 2022 Ukraine diplomat sees little chance of war ‘in country with 15 nuclear reactors’ Ukraine is committed to seeking a diplomatic solution to the current tension with Russia, its ambassador to Japan, Sergiy Korsunsky, said on Wednesday (26 January), adding that he saw little chance of all-out war, although[…]

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Africa in Review 2021: Regional Conflict and the Role of Imperialism

by Abyome Azikiwe, published on Pan African News Wire, December 31, 2021 Since 2020, the number of military interventions in African politics has accelerated. However, what is often overlooked is the role of western governments and their military institutions in the deliberate undermining of national and regional stability. The North African state of Libya is a prime example of the[…]

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