What Germany’s Rearmament Means for World Peace

by Michael Makowski, published by The Progressive, April 27, 2022 Three days after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz stood before the Bundestag, Germany’s parliament, in an emergency gathering to announce the biggest change to German foreign policy since World War II. “Wir erleben eine Zeitenwende,” he said. “We are experiencing a Zeitenwende.” The Zeitenwende—a watershed moment, a[…]

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#SanctionsKill Campaign Statement on Ukraine Conflict

Statement from Sanctions Kill Coalition, March 17, 2022 The SanctionsKill Campaign is a broad coalition of social justice, solidarity, and peace forces focused on exposing the devastating impact of US sanctions on civilian populations globally. Sign the Statement: HERE Sanctions are not a substitute for war The current regime of sanctions against Russia is not a substitute for war, but[…]

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Ukraine: A Conflict Soaked in Contradictions and New Patterns in War and Media

by Vijay Prashad, produced by Globetrotter, March 5, 2022 Surprise and horror have defined the reaction to the Russian military intervention in Ukraine. That’s likely because although the intervention has followed the contours of a modern land war, it has also marked a break with the past in a number of ways. The world has become used to military interventions[…]

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American Overlord Demands Europe Sign Suicide Note

by Finian Cunningham, published on Strategic Culture, February 12, 2022 The Anglo-Americans are running a modern-day reworking of Operation Overlord, the June 1944 military invasion plan billed to liberate Western Europe from Nazi Germany. This time around, the billed objective is to “liberate” the European Union from its “tyrannical” dependency on Russian natural gas. In reality, the unspoken objective is[…]

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The Hypocrisy of the ‘Diplomatic Boycott’ of the 2022 Beijing Olympics

by Charles Xu, from Globetrotter, February 2, 2022 Which human rights matter enough to put politics above sports? For decades, the United States and its European allies have gotten to decide the answer at their convenience. On February 4, the 2022 Winter Olympics are set to open in Beijing. With this, the Chinese capital will become the first city to[…]

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The Escalating Crisis in Ukraine Poses an Imminent Threat to World Peace!

Statement by U.S. Peace Council, January 2, 2022 For weeks, the U.S. corporate media have been shrill in declaring that Russia, having positioned tens of thousands of Russian troops on the border, may be about to invade Ukraine. U.S. State Department spokesmen have been threatening Russia with punishing economic sanctions if there were an invasion. Daily, if not hourly, TV[…]

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Zombie NATO Is Obsolete; Militarists Try To Revive It Through Expanded Targets

by Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, published on Popular Resistance, December 8, 2019 The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) held an abbreviated two-day meeting this week in London on its 70th anniversary. On display was a zombie alliance that is bitterly divided on multiple issues and has lost its purpose for existing. Rather than recognizing it is time to end[…]

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Governments’ Failures On Climate Spur New Actions

by Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, from Popular Resistance, November 25, 2018 Notes from the UK: We are currently traveling in the United Kingdom, following our participation in the No US NATO Bases conference in Dublin, Ireland and delivery of a letter to the International Criminal Court in The Hague calling for a full investigation of Israel’s war crimes. We[…]

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