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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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Israel and America’s Growing Zugzwang

by Simplicus the Thinker, published on Substack, November 18, 2023 This is just for fun, a rather long analysis that looks at the regional and global aspects of the war in Gaza.  He has some interesting leaks and maps to back up his positions as he moves towards a final conclusion.   It is only one opinion, but brings out a[…]

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Can US Threats Prevent a Wider War in the Middle East?

by Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J.S. Davies, November 29, 2023 While Secretary of State Anthony Blinken has been frantically shuttling around the Middle East trying to stop the Israeli coflict in Gaza from exploding into a regional war, the United States has also sent two aircraft carrier strike groups, a Marine Expeditionary Unit and 1,200 extra troops to the Middle[…]

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November 3: Today’s news on Palestine & Israel

by If Americans Knew, published on Israel Palestine News, October 3, 2023 Latest casualty figures, humanitarian update, incidents in Gaza and West Bank, Israel: “Nothing will stop us,” US government’s broad support. Find previous daily casualty figures and daily news updates here. For more news, go here and here. Live broadcast news from the region is here.* Latest statistics: Palestinian death toll 8,896* (8,756 in Gaza** (including at[…]

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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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Black People to Attack Revolutionary Governments

Nicaragua’s Troubles: A View From the Caribbean Coast Mike Phipps reviews: To Defend the Sunrise: Black Women’s Activism and the Authoritarian Turn in Nicaragua, by Courtney Desiree Morris, Published by Rutgers University Press by Margaret Kimberley,  published on Black Agenda Report, April 12, 2023 The question of how Black people fare in a particular country can be a legitimate issue[…]

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How America Took Out the Nordstream Pipeline

by Seymour Hersh, published on his Substack, February 8, 2023 The New York Times called it a “mystery,” but the United States executed a covert sea operation that was kept secret—until now. The U.S. Navy’s Diving and Salvage Center can be found in a location as obscure as its name—down what was once a country lane in rural Panama City,[…]

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Ukraine War: Those Who Fail to Call for Negotiations, Fail to Understand the Dangerous Predicament that Faces Our Planet!

U.S. Peace Council Statement U.S. Peace Council January 25, 2023 At no time since the Cuban missile crisis has our world has been so close to disaster. As the war in Ukraine approaches its first anniversary, it is being increasingly transformed by the Biden administration and the “collective west” into a war between NATO and Russia. The danger of turning[…]

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Threat of More U.N. Sanctions on Haiti

by G. Dunkel, published on Workers World, January 6, 2023 While the huge social, economic and political problems of Haiti have slipped out of the news, if anything they have intensified over the past few months. According to Helen La Lime, Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for Haiti and Head of BINUH (U.N. Integrated Office in Haiti), “Close[…]

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Peace Talks Essential as War Rages on in Ukraine

by Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies, September 5, 2022 Six months ago, Russia invaded Ukraine. The United States, NATO and the European Union (EU) wrapped themselves in the Ukrainian flag, shelled out billions for arms shipments, and imposed draconian sanctions intended to severely punish Russia for its aggression. Since then, the people of Ukraine have been paying a[…]

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