Manlio Dinucci The NATO Summit took place yesterday at NATO headquarters in Brussels: the North Atlantic Council meeting at the highest level of State and Government Leaders. It was formally chaired by Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, de facto by the President of the United States Joseph Biden, who came to Europe to call to arms his Allies in the global conflict against Russia and China. The NATO Summit was preceded and prepared by two political initiatives that saw Biden …Continue reading →
OTAN mondiale : une menace pour la Paix Webinaire online 13- 14 juin 2021 Global NATO: a Threat to Peace Online webinar June 13 & 14 2021 L’OTAN en Afrique / NATO in Africa Alain ROUY, Le Mouvement de la Paix (France) Until now, NATO has paid little attention to Africa, although the Western powers that are members of NATO have a strong presence on the African continent, in particular France, a former colonial power, and the United States, which …Continue reading →
OTAN mondiale : une menace pour la Paix Webinaire online 13- 14 juin 2021 Global NATO: a Threat to Peace Online webinar June 13 & 14 2021 L’OTAN en Afrique / NATO in Africa Alain ROUY, Le Mouvement de la Paix (France)
Comment by tine: this can only be a first step, the goal is clear: Dissolution of NATO – for solidarity, sustainability and disarmament As leaders from NATO states prepare for a summit in Brussels on 14 June, ICAN has released a major report arguing that members of the transatlantic alliance should embrace the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, which entered into force this January. ICAN is calling on NATO to take steps to become a “non-nuclear alliance”, …Continue reading →
by Rae Street The Morning Star, UK based daily paper, published the article today, 10th June Recently, in reporting on the diversion of the Belorussian aircraft, an ITV commentator said of NATO, ‘seen as the world’s policeman’. So let us unpick that phrase. Firstly, ‘the world’s’ and therefore global. From the time at the end of the Cold War when NATO began to expand its membership to include the former Soviet states up to the Russian border to in more …Continue reading →
2. Dissolution of NATO – for solidarity, sustainability and disarmament Monday June 14th: 1pm to 2.30pm CEST | 1am-2:30am PST | 7am-8:30am EDT | 12pm-1:30pm UK Interpretation: English, French and Spanish By diverting attention and resources to militarism, NATO will also make it difficult to achieve the urgent Paris Agreement climate targets and the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. Global solidarity and international cooperation is needed to solve common challenges: the pandemic, the climate emergency, and inequality. With …Continue reading →
1. Global NATO – the threat of war Sunday June 13: 3pm to 6:30pm CEST Interpretation: English, French and Spanish Introduction Heinz Bierbaum, Germany, President – European Left Part I NATO2030 – NATO’s new global vision: Ludo De Brabander, Belgium, vrede vzw Nuclear weapons – abolition or new arms race?: Kate Hudson, UK, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) Military spending on the rise: Cloe Meulenwaeter, Barcelona, Centre Delàs d´Estudis per la Pau War on terror – 20 years on: Lindsey …Continue reading →
” […] President Macron has undoubtedly succeeded in getting himself talked about before the summit and he has obtained that is indicated in the joint statement the opening of a group of “prospective reflection” on the strategy of the Atlantic Alliance; in fact, France will remain in NATO an unconditional ally of the strategies decided in Washington.
The pacifist counter-summit decided to intensify its actions in 2020 to denounce NATO as a factor of war and insecurity and to demand its dissolution, in favor of a security alternative that includes all the countries of the continent. European. The Defender 2020 maneuvers will be the occasion for the mobilization of public opinion against NATO, an instrument of war in the service of North American hegemony, in favor of a Europe of peace in a safer world.”
Mouvement de la Paix / The Peace Movement (France) Communique 2019.12.11 Contrary to the media preparation cleverly orchestrated by President Macron, the NATO summit held in London on December 5 and 6, 2019 has not led to a questioning of this military alliance dating back to the Cold War. , on the contrary. After celebrating 70 years of NATO at Buckingham Palace, the Heads of State and Government unanimously adopted a final declaration stating that “terrorism in all its forms …Continue reading →
by Kate Hudson, CND Secretary General and member of the ICC of “No to war – no to NATO”
Hundreds of peace activists from across Europe gathered in central London on 30th November to challenge the NATO war machine and discuss alternatives to current policies which are taking the world closer to war. ‘The New World Disorder’ was the counter-summit organised by the No to War – No to NATO network, the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and the Stop the War Coalition. In a packed hall draped with banners from our movement, participants welcomed the veteran writer and broadcaster Tariq Ali, well-known for his pivotal role in the campaign against the Vietnam War. He was joined in the opening plenary by Ludo de Brabander from Vrede vzw in Belgium, Lindsey German from the Stop the War Coalition, UK, and Kristine Karch from the No to War – No to NATO network in Germany. Arielle Denis, the French IPB and anti-nuclear activist, well-known to many in the audience, was in the chair for the session.
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