The militarization of NATO’s eastern flank is the most visible sign of a new phase of the military alliance. Our new brochure, “360°-NATO: Mobilization on all Fronts” shows the impact of recent NATO-missions in Kosovo, Afghanistan and Libya, NATOs involvement in the Ukraine and Syria and describes the new Strategies in times of Cyberwar and the dawn of a new cold war with russia. The German Information Center on Militarization has finalized a brochure that covers a broad range of …Continue reading →
Veterans For Peace condemns the illegal U.S. attack in Syria. We call on the Trump Administration to immediately end all military actions in Syria and to begin intense U.S. diplomatic efforts to end the conflict in the region. We call on our members and all those who want an end to U.S. wars to contact the President and Congress, to meet and talk to people about peaceful means to end the war in Syria and hit the streets to make our resistance to war visible.
Urgent Call to Action! No War on Syria! Defend the People of Syria! U.S. Out of Syria and the Middle East Now! Last night the U.S. military launched a massive air strike against Syria in violation of United Nations’ Charter, and without any authorization from the U.S. Congress. The pretext for the attack was the dubious allegation that the Syrian government was responsible for the chemical attack in Khan Sheikhoun. This is a reckless and dangerous escalation on the part …Continue reading →
(Saturday) May 6, 2017 Spring Conference at MIT “Reducing the Threat of Nuclear War” MIT, Cambridge Responding to the continuing risk of nuclear war or accident, this conference is intended to advocate and organize toward reducing the danger of nuclear war. It is not an academic conference, but rather one that addresses the political and economic realities, and attempts to stimulate and inform the kinds of social movement needed to change national policy. Locating it at MIT builds on the …Continue reading →
Nuclear abolition more important than ever before! Abolition 2000 Update: Annual Campaign and Networking Meeting. Dear friends and colleagues, Thank you for your interest in the global abolition of nuclear weapons, and in Abolition 2000. Since its establishment in 1995, Abolition 2000 has served as a broad international network, open to any organization or individual that supports the Abolition 2000 call to prohibit and eliminate nuclear weapons. Abolition 2000 provides a space to share information and initiatives, discuss strategies, and build collaboration. The …Continue reading →
March 20 it is 14 years ago Denmark without FN-mandate declared war with Irak, under large protests from the population. Denmark has without interruptionsparticipated in warmissions since then. NATO is in full swing building up to war, also in the nordic countries. Saturday march 18th, at Folkets Hus, Stengade 50, 2200 Copenhagen N 4 pm Peoples kitchen 5 pm Presentations Tue Magnussen & Pernille Grumme 6 pm music In danish: Den 20. marts er det 14 år siden Danmark uden …Continue reading →
International Conference Why we need a world without NATO? Brussels 2017 Thursday May 25 (DRAFT to be discussed) 09:00 Welcome Coffee, registrations 09:30 Introduction 10:00:00 plenary session Why we need a world without NATO? Description: Three or four statements followed by questions and limited discussion (20’) 1. Wars of NATO/Global Nato 2. NATO, EU militarisation (connected to confrontation with Russia) 3. NATO, military spending & the MIC 4. Nuclear arms & UN Treaty to ban nuclear arms 11:30:00 workshops I …Continue reading →
A series of direct actions, starting on Sunday, May 21st. If you want to join in, let us know via:
Participation in the big “TRUMPism Not Welcome” march on Wednesday, May 24th at 5PM. This protest march will be held in coordination with the woman, student, climate, social and refugees movements (among others). We’ll try to have the messages of the peace movement as visible as possible. Suggestions or co-operation?
A Conference & workshops with international guests on Thursday, May 25th. See the draft program here based on the proposals made during the preparatory meetings. You’re invited to suggest adjustments, names and co-operation:
A peace camp will take place from May 21st till 26th 2016. For more information contact:
This appeal was agreed by the 2nd international preparatory meeting for actions against the NATO summit 24/25 May 2017 in Brussels.
Call for international actions against the NATO Summit, Brussels May 2017
Put people first, no to war!
This year’s NATO summit will be US President Donald Trump’s first. It will be held in May at NATO’s brand new headquarters in Brussels, a city that hosts both NATO and the European Union – two institutions that co-operate closely on their military policies.
NATO and its member states participate in illegal wars and military interventions, from Yugoslavia to Afghanistan, Libya, Iraq, Syria, the Mediterranean Sea and the Indian Ocean. They contribute massively to international instability, fuelling the arms race and militarization. NATO remains committed to humanity’s biggest threat: nuclear weapons.
From summit to summit, NATO perpetuates, enforces and extends its policy of war and domination. Continue reading →
Press release of the International Coordinating Committee of the international network No to war – no to NATO January 2017/01/30 Protest against NATO at its next summit in Brussels on 24/25 May 2017 The duty of the peace movement is to formulate fundamental, peaceful alternatives to the militarists and proponents of war who come either from backgrounds of neoliberal globalization or national populism. In each case, war is the continuation of politics, and militarism is an essential element of their …Continue reading →
Inauguration Day Protest: No to Global Trumpism in Berlin Germany Berlin coalition joins linked world demonstrations against politics of division, hate WHEN AND WHERE: The demonstration will begin at 17:00 at Schillstr. 9 (AfD offices), followed by a march that will reach the Brandenburg Gate at approximately 18:00/18:30, and continue with a rally on Pariser Platz in front of the U.S. embassy. BERLIN – On the evening of January 20, as the new U.S. president takes office in Washington, D.C., …Continue reading →
Jan 20th, 2017 | 9AM All Day | McPherson Square Join us for a bold mobilization against the inauguration of Donald Trump We’re bringing widespread civil resistance to the streets of Washington, DC through protests, direct actions, and even parties and we want you there with us. Read our call to action or find out how you can get involved and how we can support you right here! Sign up below if you’d like to get updates. http://www.disruptj20.org/ Week of …Continue reading →
After the Inauguration: Rest Your Feet, Feed Your Head, Stoke Your Fire! A free conference at American University’s Kay Spiritual Life Center SUNDAY – JANUARY 22: 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. Please join featured speakers Phyllis Bennis, Michael McPhearson, Judith LeBlanc, John Feffer, Alli McCracken, maTT DeVlieger, Jackie Cabasso, john Feffer, Raed Jarrar, Joseph Gerson, George Martin, Cole Harrison, Kevin Martin and others in a dialogue on building the peace and social justice movement as we build the resistance needed to …Continue reading →
Protest on 2017 January 20, U.S. Inauguration Day Donald Trump likes the spotlight. But as he takes the stage as the new U.S. president, cameras will be turned toward protesters worldwide reminding him and all leaders that racism, misogyny, homophobia, anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, and fear-mongering will not be tolerated. “Trumpism” is not an isolated national movement. We stand united against opportunists including Frauke Petry and the AfD, Marine Le Pen, Geert Wilders, and Nigel Farage who scapegoat and demonize immigrants and …Continue reading →
Peace Ball, Inauguration, and Women’s March
January 19 – 21, 2017 Washington, D.C.
Join CODEPINK for three days of Presidential Counter Inauguration activities in Washington, D.C. January 19-21. We will be participating in the Peace Ball, Occupy Inauguration, Disrupt J20, Women’s March on Washington, and more.
The election of President Trump should throw Britain’s toxic relationship with the US into severe question says Chris Nineham
Written by Chris Nineham, Stop the War coalition UK on . Posted in News & Comment
The ‘special relationship’ between Britain and the US, announced by Winston Churchill soon after World War Two, has been toxic from the start. It is a collaboration that has always demanded unswerving support for US superpower aspirations. But the price keeps getting higher. Thatcher’s partnership with Ronald Reagan involved turning Britain into an offshore nuclear missile launchpad and provided a transatlantic power base for the neoliberal economics that has wreaked such havoc around the world. The Chilcot report made it official that Tony Blair’s ‘I will be with you whatever’ relationship with George Bush was a ‘determining factor’ in Britain’s lead role in the catastrophic war on Iraq.
On 20 January, Donald Trump will be inaugurated as President of the USA.
The election of Donald Trump as US president means the most powerful office on Earth belongs to someone who promised to build a giant wall along the Mexican border, the expulsion of 11 million “illegal” immigrants and “extreme vetting” for Muslims entering the country.
Sign up to the protest on Facebook and invite your friends Join us to say Stop Trump’s Nuclear Arms Race on the day of the US President-elect’s inauguration. We’ll be outside the US Embassy in London on 20 January from 5pm. Protest: US Embassy London • from 5pm • 20 January 2017 The last few weeks have seen international tensions grow as US President-elect Donald Trump has made an alarming series of statements, the consequences of which could spell nuclear annihilation. Breaking with decades of …Continue reading →
Materialien in englisch und deutsch stehen zum Download bereit. Diese Demo wurde ursprünglich im Rahmen eines Meeting am 7. Dezember zur Gründung einer internationalen Koalition gegen den „globalen Trumpismus“ verabredet. Vertreter oder einzelne Mitglieder der folgenden Organisationen waren anwesend: American Voices Abroad Berlin, Berlin Forum on Global Politics, Berlin Ireland Pro-Choice, Berlin Soup, Club Al-Hakawati, CommUNITY Karneval, DIE LINKE Berlin Internationals, DISRUPT J20 Berlin, HDP/HDK, IALANA, marx21, NoBergida, NODAPL Berlin, No to war No to NATO, Polish Pro-Choice Group, Pussy …Continue reading →
Its been nine Christmas and New Year’s holidays that we in Hawaii have been challenging policies of the Obama administration — beginning in December 2008 before President-elect Obama was sworn into office — on the issue of his silence on the 27-day Israeli attack on Gaza that killed 1,400 Palestinians.
Statement U.S. Peace Council, November 25, 2016 Executive Summary: Regarding the election victory of Donald Trump, the US Peace Council first of all salutes the massive demonstrations that call for improving workers’ lives, saving the environment, respecting women, opposing racism, supporting immigrants and rejecting Islamophobia. While much of what Trump said during the campaign and what he stands for is divisive and destructive, it is unlikely that a majority of Trump supporters voted based on Trump’s scapegoating statements. Many if …Continue reading →
Statement from United National Antiwar Coalition (UNAC), USA
We stand in solidarity with all oppressed people under attack at home and abroad!
We urge full participation in the anti-Trump demonstrations!
In reaction to Donald Trump’s election victory, tens of thousands of people, most of them youth, have taken to the streets across the country in militant protests to condemn the racism, sexism, Islamophobia and anti-immigrant bigotry that Trump represents. Many are fearful, especially immigrants, Muslims and LGBT people. Their rage and that of their supporters signify the movement that needs to be built to end racism, wars and the attacks on working people endemic in the U.S. today.
German Foreign Policy 2016/11/16 WASHINGTON/BERLIN (Own report) – Under German pressure, the EU is pushing toward the establishment of military structures, independent of NATO, as is evidenced by recent decisions taken by its defense ministers. At their meeting, ending yesterday, the defense ministers decided, as a first step, that particular EU countries should enhance their military cooperation. The EU will establish a logistic hub and explore the creation of a European Medical Command. They planned the setting up of a …Continue reading →