Stop the Wars at Home and Abroad!

Three U.S. wars threaten World War Three: $95 billion targets Palestine, Iran, Russia and China

by Sara Flounders, published on Workers World, May 3, 2024 Anyone who thinks that the U.S. policy of continued arming and fully supporting the Israeli genocide is an accident or a mistake need only look at the $95 billion “supplemental aid” bill just passed by Congress and signed by President Joe Biden on April 24. The same group of war[…]

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UNAC conference draws hundreds to oppose genocide in Gaza and a hybrid war against China – Focus on building unity in action

by Joe Lombardo,  April 12, 2024 Over 400 antiwar, anti-imperialist and Palestine solidarity activists convened in St. Paul, Minnesota, on April 5, 6 and 7, in the first major conference of the U.S. antiwar movement since before the COVID-19 pandemic. Geographical representation ranged from Maine and New York to California and the Pacific Northwest, and from Minnesota to New Orleans[…]

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Red Sea Politics: Ethiopia, Somalia & US/EU/NATO

by Ann Garrison, published on Black Agenda Report, January 17, 2024 An MOU pairing Ethiopia’s Red Sea ambitions with Somaliland’s secessionist aspirations heightens tensions in the Horn of Africa. The world’s eyes are now on the geostrategic Red Sea waterways where Yemen’s Ansar Allah fighters have stopped Israeli and Israel-bound ships from passing. Other regional tensions have come into play[…]

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The Military Elephant in the Room Will Lead to An Unjust Transition

by Pippa Bartolotti, published on the International Peace Bureau, December 2, 2023 Post-review of NATO Climate Killer Part 2: Climate Crossfire Webinar, recorded on December 2nd, 2023, during COP 28 As we navigate COP 28, this webinar addressed the pertinent issues of military spending and its environmental ramifications. Ably introduced by the Canadian policy analyst IPB Vice President Steven Staples,[…]

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Rome Peace Conference Declares: U.S., Allies Provoked War in Ukraine, Stop NATO!

Statement published on Workers World, October 28, 2023 Delegates from 40 organizations and individuals from 25 countries gathered in Rome on Oct. 27 and 28, 2023, to discuss the causes of the current war in Ukraine, the war’s impact on international peace, the dangers facing our people and the tasks of the movement for a fair and permanent peace. The[…]

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Is CIA Director Bill Burns a Biden Yes-Man, a Putin Apologist or a Peacemaker?

by Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies, September 5, 2023 Seems like at minimum, William Burns is a potential peace maker.  Perhaps the movement should reach out to him and explore possibilities.  [jb] Lost in a chaotic hall of mirrors of its own creation, the CIA has generally failed in its one and only legitimate task, to provide U.S.[…]

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US-Backed Roll of the Dice Leaves Ukraine in Worse Crisis

by Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies, August 16, 2023 Based on Biden’s own definition of U.S. war aims, his policy is failing, and it is hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian soldiers, not Americans, who are paying the price. President Biden wrote in the New York Times in June 2022 that the United States was arming Ukraine to “fight[…]

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Organized crime in Vilnius

by Editor @ Workers World, published July 20, 2023 To evaluate the NATO summit in Vilnius, Lithuania, this July it helps to observe it in the framework of what this military alliance’s meeting really is: an international gathering of the heads of criminal gangs and some local stooges. If that argument seems to stretch reality, consider these points: The major[…]

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German Deindustrialization Continues Unabated Due to Berlin’s Suicidal Energy Policies

by Drago Bosnic, published on InfoBRICS, July 25, 2023 For close to a year and a half, the German economy has been going through a sort of unraveling, primarily due to suicidal subservience to its masters in Washington DC. Since the start of Russia’s counteroffensive against NATO aggression in Europe, Berlin has been experiencing a plethora of major economic problems[…]

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