The USAF Croughton ‘Joint Intelligence Analysis Centre’ development US military doctrine is changing. Today the political imperative behind military action is to minimize the risks to military personnel, while maximizing the ability to “project force” around the globe in support of the USA’s political objectives. http://www.fraw.org.uk/mei/archive/infographics/croughton_posters-2016.pdf Video launched by Croughtonwatch http://www.fraw.org.uk/croughtonwatch/ksfp-2017.shtml … Continue reading →
Halt the inclusion of arms industry research into the new EU budget. No EU money should go to military technology. Research money should go to projects developing nonviolent ways of preventing and resolving conflicts, and in particular tackling root-causes of instability.
Dear friends, What a day! Today, a group of states put forward a resolution at the United Nations General Assembly to start negotiations towards a new treaty that would prohibit nuclear weapons. What does that mean? It means our hard work is starting to pay off. The states leading this initiative are Mexico, Austria, Ireland, Brazil, Nigeria and South Africa. While a majority of states have expressed support for developing a treaty to prohibit nuclear weapons, fierce opposition to this resolution … Continue reading →
Following presentations and discussions in Peace and Planet’s (August 10th) assembly at the World Social Forum in Montreal, we adopted the following Declaration. Montreal Declaration for a Nuclear-Fission-Free World As citizens of this planet inspired by the Second Thematic World Social Forum for a Nuclear-Fission‐Free World, conducted in Montreal from August 8 to August 12, 2016, we are collectively calling for a mobilization of civil society around the world to bring about the elimination of all nuclear weapons, to put … Continue reading →
campact!s european sisters organisation WeMove launched a signature campaign and demands:hat eine Unterschriftenkampagne gestartet und fordert: The European Union should immediately suspend all accession negotiations with the Turkish administration, while at the same time taking decisive steps to ensure that human rights and the rule of law are upheld in Turkey. Please read and support this important Europe wide action! (act.wemove.eu/campaigns/turkey) … Continue reading →
A Letter to Ireland from World Beyond War Add your name here. Those of us outside Ireland, and in particular those of us in the United States, have a pressing and urgent responsibility to lend all the support we can to our brothers and sisters in Ireland who are resisting U.S. wars. Despite Ireland’s officially neutral status and its claim to have not gone to war since its founding in 1922, Ireland allowed the United States to use Shannon Airport … Continue reading →
Three of Peace & Planet’s Japanese partner and other organizations here have launched an audacious campaign, a signature campaign titled “Appeal for a Total Ban on Nuclear Weapons” for which they are seeking HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS of petition signatures worldwide. The goal is to add global force to the door that has opened toward nuclear weapons abolition by the United Nations Open Ended Working Group, whose draft report will be issued tomorrow, and which for the first time will lead … Continue reading →
Around 150 people protested outside of an Army recruiting center in Times Square in New York City as NATO met on July 9th in Warsaw, Poland. Speakers included some of the people on the No to NATO list including Al Marder of the US Peace Council, Bruce Gagnon of the Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space and myself, Joe Lombardo of the United National Antiwar Coalition. Other organizations that supported the action included Code Pink, Veterans for … Continue reading →
Friends, For those of you in the New York Metropolitan Area and those coming from afar for the Left Forum, I am writing to let you know that Peace & Planet has organized two workshops. The No to NATO/No to War workshop, with Bahman Azad, Jackie Cabasso (chair) and myself will be this coming Saturday afternoon, May 21 from 3:30 to 5. We’ll be in room 1.123 of John Jack College, 534 W. 59th St. Two few people understand NATO … Continue reading →
Stop the War Coalition, an member of No to war – no to NATO network, is part of the organizers. Join in and spread the word. … Continue reading →
Welcome to the March edition of CND’s new, monthly magazine. We’ll be keeping you updated about what we’ve been up to, what’s coming up and exploring a few issues in the Trident debate in more depth. Let me know if there’s anything in particular you would like us to cover in this magazine or if you have any other feedback at all. The Stop Trident demonstration was rightly acclaimed by all as the biggest anti-nuclear demonstration in a generation. CND … Continue reading →
Saturday’s Stop Trident demonstration was not only the biggest anti-nuclear demonstration for a generation – it was also enormously politically significant. read more: http://us12.campaign-archive2.com/?u=50a46ed98fb9032bd46d11880&id=07d51a8729&e=9d6a4f5d82 … Continue reading →
Speech of Reiner Braun, Co-President of the International Peace Bureau IPB) on the manifestation of the Stop Trident demonstration February 27th, London Dear Colleagues and friends, The ”world of peace”, the international peace movements are looking at you. You are the “avant-garde” in the worldwide fight against the modernization of nuclear weapons. What a scandal: the nuclear weapons countries want to spend more than one billion Dollars for new nukes which can destroy our planet several times. While modernizing, every … Continue reading →
U.S. Wants More “Usable” Nuclear Weapons in Europe The United States keeps nuclear weapons in Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Italy and Turkey, in violation of the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), which bans the transfer of nuclear weapons from a nuclear weapon state to a non-nuclear weapon state. Now, the U.S. wants to upgrade its nukes in Europe, to make them “precision” and “guided,” and therefore more likely to be used, even as tensions build between the United States and Russia. The … Continue reading →
This manifestation took place September 28, 2015 in Venceslav Square in the center of Prague and was co-organised by the Czech Peace Movement (together with some other peace and antiwar initiatives) as part of the campaign against NATO which still continues, e. g. collection of signateres under a petition demanding the disengagement of the country from NATO with the aim to present them at the end of October during a special event in the Parliament of the Czech Republic . … Continue reading →
Italian No War No NATO Committee INVITATION TO PARTECIPATE IN THE MEETING OF THE ITALIAN NO WAR NO NATO COMMITTEE FOR AN EUROPEAN POLICY OF PEACE AND NEUTRALITY ROME 26TH OCTOBER 2015 – 9,00 – 17,30: OFFICES OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT – HALL OF FLAGS – VIA IV NOVEMBRE 149 Dear Madam/Sir, the Italian No War No NATO Committee invites you to take part in the Rome meeting and to give your contribution with an intervention. On October-November 2015, NATO forces … Continue reading →
Dear List members, My name is Anita Fisicaro, I am member of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom ( WILPF) and also,as an activist of the No War Rome network, among the promoters of the No War No NATO Campaign. I wish to inform you about the demonstration organized Tuesday and Wednesday in Rome in front of the Lower House. Italians, Americans, along with Yemeni and Syrian families, asked Italian Parliament to distance itself from ”European and western sanctions … Continue reading →
During the NATO exercise Trident Juncture 2015 the alliance will practice military interventions in North Africa.
An article by Andreas Speck
Spain as spearhead for military interventions in Africa by Andreas Speck
Andreas Speck is an activist with the Antimilitarist and Nonviolent Network of Andalucía (Red Antimilitarista y Noviolenta de Andalucía (RANA)). His website is http://andreasspeck.info.
Press Release: Conference on „NATO and Russia in the Baltic Sea Area“ Hotel Arthur, Helsinki, 4-6- September 2015 A new confrontation is arising: an increase of military spending, failure of progress in the abolition of nuclear weapons, saber-rattling via military exercises are its expressions. NATO’s expansions to the East, Russia’s annexation of Crimea, and the war in East Ukraine have led to a much tenser situation in the Baltic Sea where Russia and NATO states border. Military activities in the … Continue reading →
on today’s GDAMS, IALANA, IPB and World Future Council released an appeal by 22 German MPs calling for Stop the new arms race – disarmament for a sustainable future! In the core message of the appeal the parliamentarians realize:
With input from young Peace and Planet staff and volunteers, AFSC has created a dynamic and youth oriented two-minute video that we trust will inspire people to work for nuclear weapons abolition. Enjoy it and please share it with others. And, if you can’t get to New York for the Peace & Planet mobilization, please consider joining the Global Peace Wave on April 26-27. For more information or to make an organizational endorsement see peaceandplanet.org. … Continue reading →
This April, in the days before most of the world’s governments meet at the United Nations for the month-long Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Review Conference, thousands of people from around the world will mobilize to demand the total elimination of nuclear weapons, and to connect and strengthen the movements for peace and environmental, economic, and racial justice. Join the international call to abolish nuclear weapons. … Continue reading →
We are fast approaching the Peace & Planet Mobilization, which will open with an International Conference April 24-25, and culminate in the streets of New York for a mass Rally, March, and Festival on April 26. While the largest numbers will be turning out in NYC, we hope your organization – large or small, near or far – will support this Mobilization, helping us to garner and demonstrate broad and deep international support as we use the 2015 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Review Conference … Continue reading →
SEAN MACBRIDE PEACE PRIZE 2014 brochure.pdf Public Forum Save the date Marshall Islands World Court case against nuclear armed States.pdf … Continue reading →
Together for peace – German peace movement calls for actions against war.pdf … Continue reading →
Dear friend- There are two legal proceedings currently underway that will determine the future of democracy in South Korea – the Constitutional Court trial on the Park Geun-hye government’s petition to dissolve the opposition Unified Progressive Party (UPP); and the Supreme Court’s final review of the government’s case against UPP Representative Lee Seok-ki et al.
International NGO Network Launches Plans for 2015 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference Demands Fulfillment of NPT through Commencement of Negotiations for Complete Abolition of Nuclear Weapons … Continue reading →
Schließung des Nato-Luftwaffenhauptquartiers in Kalkar Konversionsprogramm für den Standort Keine Anschaffung und keinen Einsatz von Kampfdrohnen. Hier einige Bilder von der Aktion am 03. Oktober 2014 in Kalkar … Continue reading →