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U.S. – NATO Threats Ignore ‘Red Lines’ in Ukraine

by Sara Flounders, published on Workers World, June 7, 2024 Front lines are collapsing for the Ukrainian army, whole units surrendering. Top commanders are fired. Faced with complete disarray of the U.S.-NATO instigated war in Ukraine, U.S. militarists are doubling down. According to the Ukrainian constitution, President Volodymir Zelensky’s term in office is over. But he remains in power by[…]

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Biden Sliding Towards World War III

by Margaret Kimberley, published on Black Agenda Report, May 29. 2024 The idea of a world war should not be relegated to science fiction. Western escalations in Ukraine could lead to conflict with a nuclear power. “Constant escalation can lead to serious consequences. If these serious consequences occur in Europe, how will the United States behave, bearing in mind our[…]

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Western Arms Supplies to Ukraine Prevent Peaceful Solutions

by Margaret Kimberley, published on Black Agenda Report, May 22, 2024 Margaret Kimberley, Executive Editor of Black Agenda Report, was invited to brief the United Nations Security Council on May 20, 2024, as a civil society representative. The subject of the meeting was weapons supplies to Ukraine as a threat to peace and security. Thank you, Mr. President. Thank you[…]

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Anti-Coup Rebellion In Eastern Ukraine Completes 10 Years

by Dmitri Kovalevich, published on Popular Resistance, May 8, 2024 As Russian Forces Continue Advancing In Donetsk. April 2014 was a pivotal month for the people of the Donbass region in what was then still part of Ukraine. It was then that the governing regime was newly installed in Kiev by a coup d’état on February 20/21embarked on military hostilities[…]

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Murder Is Justice and Danger Is Safety

by David Swanson, published on World Beyond War, January 14, 2024 What are we to say about a U.S. culture in which people can openly admire Germany for backing yet another genocide, and condemn warning of World War III as reckless endangerment? Germany has formally endorsed Israel’s defense of its genocide in Gaza, while Namibia has publicly denounced Germany’s longstanding[…]

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Ukraine Will be the First Battle Won in the Emerging World

Sergio Rodriguez Gelfenstein,  published on Workers World, November 17, 2023 Interesting analysis by Venezuelan international relations expert.  Editor In Palestine, a live and direct genocide has been taking place for over a month now, sponsored and armed by the United States. Meanwhile Ukraine, Washington’s other putative child, is languishing in oblivion. So far in November, we witnessed the release of[…]

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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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A Global Call for Peace in Ukraine Emerges at UN General Assemb

by Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies, published on Common Dreams, September 28, 2023 As it did last year, the 2023 United Nations General Assembly has been debating what role the United Nations and its members should play in the crisis in Ukraine. The United States and its allies still insist that the UN Charter requires countries to take[…]

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The Economic Interests Behind the Conflict in Ukraine

by Roger Keeran, published on MLToday, August 10, 2023 Anyone paying the slightest heed to the conflict in the Ukraine can appreciate the utter falsity of the American narrative of its cause, namely that the dictator Vladimir Putin embarked on an “unprovoked” war in a bloodthirsty effort to restore the Russian czarist empire.   Alas, most Americans are not paying heed,[…]

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The Global Monroe Doctrine

by David Swanson, published in World Beyond War,  September 9, 2023 Remarks for second session of Kateri Peace Conference, September 9, 2023 Two hundred years ago this coming December, a local boy from my town gave a speech. In the years that followed pundits and politicians took an excerpt of that speech, carved it in marble, lit it with eternal[…]

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