EUROPE AND PEACE: HARD OR SOFT POWER, ARMED OR JUST PEACE? Kees Nieuwerth Paper presented to the Seminar on European Militarism – organized by the International Network No to War – No to NATO, Amsterdam, 14 April 2019. INTRO. On the third of May, in two weeks time, something unimaginable is going to take place in the United Kingdom, and no, it has nothing to do with Brexit….” The Royal Navy has seduced – there is no other word for …Continue reading →
SEMINAR ON EUROPEAN MILITARISM IN AMSTERDAM April, 14th 2019 in Amsterdam The Dutch committee Oorlog is Geen Oplossing (War is No Solution) and the anti-militarist research group VD AMOK together with the international Network No to War – No to NATO are inviting you to a seminar on European militarism Sunday April 14th in Amsterdam. Place of the meeting: Perdu Kloveniersburgwal 86 1012 CZ Amsterdam Tel: +31 20 627 62 95 Time 11.00-17:00 Some weeks before the European Union Parlamentarian …Continue reading →
Seminar on 14th of May 2016 in the center of Göteborg
Final Program is online now!
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European Security with EU and Nato
The Maastricht treaty which was accepted by European Union 1991 included a Common Foreign and Security Policy. In the treaty Western European Union was pointed out as the military dimension of EU. It contained crisis management which some years later was included in the framework of EU. In 1998 EU agreed on a European Security and Defence Policy.
The cooperation with Nato has always had a high priority in EU. In September 2013 the European parliament accepted a resolution about EU:s military structures, where Nato plays an important role. A much closer military and political cooperation is proposed concerning risk management, administration of resources, strategic planning and implementation of military and civil missions.
Today the extent of crisis and wars are worse than ever. What are the roles of EU and Nato in this situation? Continue reading →
No to War – No to NATO Statement Helsinki – September 6th 2015: The Conference on NATO and Russia in the Baltic Sea Area. On Common Security for the European Union and Russia In Sweden before the Parliamentary elections in 2014, the Swedish Government signed the Host Nation Agreement with NATO. The implication of this signature was that NATO, in times of crisis and war, will be able to deploy military equipment and staff for training on Swedish soil. Since …Continue reading →
07.09.2015 – Helsinki, Finland – Pressenza Budapest During the weekend conference on NATO and Russia in the Baltic Area organised by the No to War, No to NATO campaign, Reiner Brown, co-President of the International Peace Bureau participated in a panel meeting on the subject of Common Security gave a talk based on the following text which Pressenza publishes with permission of the author. “Basic Principles of Common Security Politics” by Reiner Braun …Continue reading →
Vorträge und Diskussion: NATO – ein historischer Rückblick voller Aktualität Willi van Ooyen, MdL (DIE LINKE), Hessen Der NATO-Beitritt der BRD und die Warschauer Vertrags-Organisation Dr. Erhard Crome, Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung, Berlin NATO – Interventionsbündnis heute Reiner Braun, Geschäftsführer der IALANA und Co-Vorsitzender International Peace Bureau Moderation: Kristine Karch ———————————————————————————————————————————– NATO – ein historische Rückblick voller Aktualität Willy van Ooyen, MdL DIE LINKE, Hessen Der NATO-Beitritt der BRD und der Warschauer Vertrags-Organisation Dr. Erhard Crome, Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung, Berlin NATO – Interventionsbündnis heute Reiner …Continue reading →
Conference: NATO and Russia in the Baltic Sea The aim of the project is to gather citizens from the Baltic Sea region and experts to inform each other; analyze the tense situation in the area, and present alternatives to militarization including cooperation, a common house of Europe, OSCE, and Neutralism. Besides the analysis of the NATO strategy and their geostrategic interests the international conference discusses the negative impacts of these policies to the societies, in particularly to a social and …Continue reading →
6. Mai 1955 bis 2015 Herausforderungen für Friedenspolitik und Friedensbewegung Wann: Freitag 15. 19:00 – 21:30 h und Samstag 16. Mai 2015 10:00 – 18:00 h Wo: Universitätsclub, Konviktstraße 9, 53113 Bonn Wer: Internationales Netzwerk „No to war – no to NATO“ in Zusammenarbeit mit der Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Das Programm ist jetzt online! Jetzt Anmelden unter *protected email*(Betreff: NATO 60) …Continue reading →
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