Stop the Wars at Home and Abroad!

Attempt to Try Russian Leaders for War Crimes is Part of the West’s Weaponization of the International Criminal Cour

by Robin Philpot, published on Covert Action Magazine, November 14, 2022 International Criminal Court (ICC) continues to serve as a “battering ram for U.S. and NATO policy,” as the former U.S. ambassador-at-large for war crimes in the Clinton administration defined it. The quote above does not come from President Putin of Russia or from President Xi of China. It comes[…]

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Scholz’s China Trip Raises Hackles

by M. K. Bhadrakumar, published on Indian Punchline, November 5, 2022 German diplomacy presented a riveting sight of “counterpoint” with Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock hosting her G7 partners in Münster on November 3-4 even as Chancellor Olaf Sholz was emplaning from Berlin on a one-day visit to Beijing. The photo-op showed the US Secretary of State Antony Blinken flanking Baerbock[…]

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On the International Day of Peace, The US/EU/NATO Axis of Domination Reaffirmed its Commitment to the Weapon of War

by Ajamu Baraka, published on Black Agenda Report, September 28, 2022 “End Racism: Build Peace” was the theme of the 2022 International Day of Peace. That noble sentiment can’t be realized when powerful white supremacist structures are committed to practicing hegemony. It is not a cruel irony but imperial consistency that on September 21, 2022 the United Nations International Day[…]

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Letter To President Biden: ‘Enough Is Enough – War Is Not The Answer’

by Gerry Condon, published on Popular Resistance, September 15, 2022 Letter to President Biden from Gerry Condon, former president of Veterans For Peace. Dear President Biden, I am writing you as a proud member of Veterans For Peace and its former president. We have been following the war in Ukraine closely, since well before the Russian invasion on February 24[…]

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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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Game Of Nuclear Chicken In Zaporozhye

by Prabir Purkayastha, published on People’s Dispatch. August 30, 2022 The IAEA’s priority is supposedly nuclear safety. But its priority in Ukraine appears to be to fulfill the selfish political demands of Ukraine and its NATO allies. The Zaporozhye (also spelt Zaporizhzhia) Nuclear Power Plant has become a focal point in the Ukraine war, as any major nuclear incident risks[…]

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Has the Ukraine Conflict Driven U.S. Government Officials Crazy?

by Jeremy Kuzmarov, published on CovertAction Magazine, August 5, 2022 Latest outrage is the FBI’s use of flash-bang grenades and drones to startle 80-year-old leader of Black Nationalist organization who was accused of being a Russian agent—on the grounds that he attended a meeting on self-determination in Moscow seven years ago. FBI also accuses alleged Russian agent of trying to[…]

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Serbia Resists U.S. Led Bullying

by Greg Elich, published on CounterPunch, May 24, 2022 Serbia, a primary target of NATO aggression in the past,  now refuses to join the bully boys.     [jb] Little more than half a year has passed since Belgrade hosted the Non-Aligned Summit on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the movement’s founding, and Serbia is increasingly under fire for[…]

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