Stop the Wars at Home and Abroad!

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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U.S. rejects China’s Proposal to Ban First Use of Nuclear Weapons

by John Wojcik, Mark Gruenberg and Ben Chacko, published on People’s World, May 16, 2024, The U.S. has dismissed Chinese calls for a no-first-use treaty between nuclear weapons states, saying it has questions about China’s “sincerity.” The outright dismissal of China’s proposal followed a major speech in which Biden announced radical tariffs of up to 100 percent, on steel imports[…]

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A Peoples’ Victory — Alex Saab is Free and Home in Venezuela!

bu Sara Flounders, published on Workers World, December 21, 2023 Alex Saab is free and home in Venezuela. For three and a half years (1,280 days), Saab, a Venezuelan diplomat, had been held in torturous conditions by the U.S. government. (The author traveled to Cabo Verde in June 2021 in a delegation with Roger Harris and Bishop Felipe Teixeira in[…]

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500 Arrested at Capitol as Jewish Activists Demand Gaza Ceasefire

by Michael Arria, published on Mondoweiss, October 19, 2023 Five hundred people, including two dozen Rabbis, were arrested in Washington, DC on Wednesday as Jewish activists led a protest inside and outside The Capitol. The protesters were demanding lawmakers back a ceasefire in Gaza. Hundreds of protesters made their way into the rotunda of the Cannon House Office Building where[…]

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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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No to US Cluster Bombs to Ukraine? US Out Now!

Cluster Bombs and A Brief History of the US-instigated Ukraine War By Jeff Mackler, published on Socialist Action, July 18, 2023 In yet another escalation of the US-instigated Ukraine War, the Biden administration’s decision to send internationally banned cluster bombs to Ukraine reminds us once again that U.S. imperialism accepts zero limits on its heinous and genocidal policies. Ukraine is[…]

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Imperialist Relations are Never Based on ‘Trust’

Journalist Wang Wenwen Interviews Sara Flounders, published by Global Times, April 13, 2023 Editor’s Note: The recent leak of highly classified Pentagon documents is yet another proof that the US is the world’s No.1 spying empire. Washington spies not only on its perceived adversaries, but also its allies, which puts the US’ foreign relations in jeopardy. How will the leak[…]

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US War Planners Court China’s Neighbors. What Would Buddha Say?

by Wei Yu and Marcy Winograd, April 4, 2023 The US continues to seek new asing agreements with small countries in the Far East, to pursue their reckless illegal attempts to “contain” China.  [jb] As the Pentagon steps up its war games in the Asia Pacific, Defense News reports the US Army has a logistical problem with waging a future[…]

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Unprovoked!

by Caitlin Johnstone, published on Consortium News, January 8, 2023 In an interview with the Useful Idiots podcast not too long ago, Noam Chomsky repeated his argument that the only reason we hear the word “unprovoked” every time anyone mentions Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in the mainstream news media is because it absolutely was provoked, and they know it. “Right now, if you’re[…]

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