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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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Widening War Can’t Fix This – Zionism’s Unsolvable Predicament

by Sara Flounders, published on Workers World, January 30, 2024 The Jan. 22 explosion in Gaza that killed 21 Israeli soldiers and left 33 wounded, 11 critically, happened as they were attempting to lay down explosives to demolish a block of housing units. The explosion brought the buildings down on top of them, burying them under tons of rubble. It[…]

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The World Would Rather Show Solidarity with Our Corpses than Honor our Resistance

by Fathi Nemer, published on Mondoweiss,  October 24, 2023 Who is defending themselves [jb] For decades, the Israeli regime has upheld a brutal settler colonial occupation and siege of Palestine, controlling every aspect of Palestinian life. It has committed untold war crimes all across colonized Palestine, violating the rights of the population it controls. In Gaza specifically, in addition to[…]

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VFP Statement on Gaza

Veterans for Peace Statement, published on VeteransForPeace.org, October  24, 2023 On October 12, Veterans For Peace issued this statement about the conflict between Hamas and Israel, in which we condemned the horrific violence on both sides, particularly the killing of civilians. We added our voice to the many calls for a ceasefire and negotiations toward a political solution because there is no military one.[…]

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Palestinian Resistance in Gaza Launches Unprecedented Surprise Attack on Israel

by Tareq S. Hajjaj and Mondoweiss Editors, published on Mondoweiss, October 7, 2023 At around 6:30 a.m., Palestinian resistance factions in Gaza launched a surprise attack on Israel from land, sea, and air, as thousands of rockets have been launched into Israel and reportedly dozens of Israelis, including soldiers, have been killed and abducted by the resistance. In the early[…]

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The US is De-industrializing Europe. Next on the Agenda, to Destroy European Agriculture

by Gilbert Doctorow, published on GilbertDoctorow. substack, September 22, 2023 We can be thankful that domestic electoral contests sometimes lead to good outcomes on the foreign policy level, not only to the awful outcomes we see in Mr. Biden’s America. I have in mind the dramatic spat between Poland and Ukraine over that country’s grain exports which was brought before[…]

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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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What’s Happening in Niger Is Far From a Typical Coup

by Vijay Prashad, produced by Globetrotter,  August 14, 2023 On July 26, 2023, Niger’s presidential guard moved against the sitting president—Mohamed Bazoum—and conducted a coup d’état. A brief contest among the various armed forces in the country ended with all the branches agreeing to the removal of Bazoum and the creation of a military junta led by Presidential Guard Commander[…]

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War in Africa and War in the Americas: Accelerating the End of White World Supremacy

by Ajamu Baraka, published on Black Agenda Report, August 2, 2023 “The structural crisis of capitalism in its neoliberal form has created a legitimacy crisis for the capitalist rulers, making the use of force a permanent strategy for maintaining their dominance.” (from the Black Alliance for Peace Website) The U.S. recently deployed troops to Peru to shore-up the coup in[…]

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5 Reasons Why Much of the Global South Isn’t Automatically Supporting the West in Ukraine

by Krishen Mehta, produced by Globetrotter, February 24, 2023 Krishen Mehta is a member of the Board of the American Committee for U.S.-Russia Accord (ACURA), and a Senior Global Justice Fellow at Yale University. This article is distributed by Globetrotter in partnership with ACURA. In October 2022, about eight months after the war in Ukraine started, the University of Cambridge in the UK[…]

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