Saturday, October 8 the video is now online
September 21: We called for Peace and Demilitarization This week, on September 21 we commemorated International Peace Day, which was established by the United Nations General Assembly in 1981. We join the call to demand that the United States, the country with the highest military spending worldwide, the one with a strong military influence and presence in Latin America and around the world, to the following: 1 – To put an end to military and police training at the School … Continue reading →
Please join us for the October 2022 Week of Action for Peace in Korea! From October 11-14, we will be contacting members of Congress and urging them to support H.R. 3446, the Peace on the Korean Peninsula Act.
New Petition to the Participants in COP27
COP27: Stop Excluding Military Pollution from Climate Agreements
The international ‘No to war – No to NATO’ network encourages its member organizations to support this petition too. (Kristine Karch, Co-Chair of No to NATO)
Thanks Ulla Klötzer, Women for Peace – Finland for the links.
By David Swanson, World BEYOND War, September 7, 2022
Friendly advice to my brothers and sisters in Finland and Sweden.
By David Swanson, World BEYOND War, August 18, 2022 For years now, the people of Montenegro have sought to protect the Sinjajevina mountain plateau from the destruction to be brought by creating a military training ground vastly larger than the entire military of Montenegro could ever use. The NATO nations for whom the project actually exists https://worldbeyondwar.org/uk-pushes-mountain-destruction-on-montenegro-as-green-policy/Continue reading →
Executive summary read and download here: https://demilitarize.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/informe53_eng_RE_2507.pdf
More information www.peaceinukraine.org
The video is on facebook https://www.facebook.com/166349242342251/videos/990773958371656 Continue reading →
There was no mention at the Madrid Summit of arms control, non-proliferation or disarmament. Nor did allies call for a de-escalation in Ukraine.
By Tamara Lorincz*, The Toronto Star (July 17, 2022)
Presentation shown at the annual meeting of the No to NATO network in Madrid, June 27, 2022
Issued by NATO Heads of State and Government participating in the meeting of the North Atlantic Council in Madrid 29 June 2022 29 Jun. 2022 – Press Release (2022) 095 Issued on 29 Jun. 2022 https://www.nato.int/cps/en/natohq/official_texts_196951.htmContinue reading →
Madrid 26.06.2022: 30.000 Join and Committed and Colorful Against the NATO Summit Encouraging and impressive was the demonstration of almost 30,000 peace activists from Madrid and Spain and supported by smaller delegations from many NATO countries.Continue reading →
The Coordination of No to NATO, Bases Out Platforms, constituted by the signatory organisations of the Call for Mobilisation Against the NATO Summit in Madrid, called on citizens to hold the No to NATO, Bases Out Counter-Summit, Madrid 2022 as a response to the NATO Summit of Heads of State and Government.
Save Sinjajevina receives more than 20.000 signatures asking to stop the military ground while the EU regrets that ‘the issue is still not solved’
Campaign Progresses to Save Sinjajevina from Becoming a Military Base
77th Year of the A-Bombing of Hiroshima & Nagasaki:
Speakers: Reiner Braun, Executive Director of the International Peace Bureau (Berlin), Phillis Bennis, Director, New Internationalism Project, Institute for Policy Studies
The Democratic Party is unquestioningly supporting an endless proxy war and has been reluctant to press President Biden to prioritize a negotiated settlement to the war. Joseph Gerson July 12, 2022 https://www.commondreams.org/views/2022/07/12/global-nato-alliance-european-left-and-crack-everything It is no secret that the United States and NATO are engaged in a proxy war with Russia, perhaps to be fought to the last Ukrainian. In June, as heads of state gathered in Madrid for the Alliance’s annual summit, I joined more than 10,000 … Continue reading →
By Sara Flounders posted on July 8, 2022
Three very different international meetings were held during the week of June 23-30. The three “summits” confirm a growing global divide. It is worth examining these meetings; who attended, and especially what they projected. Two focused on confrontation and military escalation — in sharp contrast to the first – BRICS – which focused on cooperation, sustainable development and trade.
Ann Wright reports on anti-NATO protests and declarations on the sidelines of the military alliance’s recent summit in Madrid.
I was one of hundreds who attended the “NO to NATO” peace summit June 26-27 and one of tens of thousands who marched for “NO to NATO” in Madrid a few days before the leaders of the 30 NATO countries arrived in the city to map out NATO’s future military actions.
Two conferences, the Peace Summit and the Counter-Summit, provided opportunities for Spaniards and international delegations to hear the impact of ever-increasing military budgets on NATO countries that give weaponry and personnel to the war mongering capabilities of NATO at the expense of health, education, housing and other true human security needs. Continue reading →
This Sunday, July 10, 4 pm CEST,
a powerful Speech against War by Germany’s most prominent peace activist, Dr. Eugen Drewermann, will be broadcast on YouTube with English subtitles.
Jul 21, 2022 10:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada) Register: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUvdOiprTIsGNNXh9QvHulPwFU1kysugQxB