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 →
Conference on U.S. Foreign Military Bases January 12-14, 2018 University of Baltimore Baltimore, Maryland Hosted By: Coalition Against U.S. Foreign Military Bases Thirteen prominent peace and justice organizations in the United States are collectively organizing a 3-day national conference on U.S. Foreign Military Bases on January 12-14, 2018, at the University of Baltimore, Maryland: Alliance for Global Justice Black Alliance for Peace CODEPINK Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space International Action Center MLK Justice Coalition Nuclear Age …Continue reading →
We, the undersigned peace, justice and environmental organizations, and individuals, endorse the following Points of Unity and commit ourselves to working together by forming a Coalition Against U.S. Foreign Military Bases, with the goal of raising public awareness and organizing non-violent mass resistance against U.S. foreign military bases. Read more:http://noforeignbases.org/
Lateinamerika | USA Ausländische Militärpräsenz gefährde Stabilität der Region. Vermehrt US-Stützpunkte und -Soldaten in lateinamerikanischen Ländern. Auch Nato fasst Fuß Quito. Der Generalsekretär der Union Südamerikanischer Nationen (Unasur), Ernesto Samper, hat erneut an die Regierungen Lateinamerikas appelliert, keine ausländischen Militärbasen in ihren Ländern zuzulassen. Hintergrund ist die zunehmende Zahl von US-Stützpunkten in mehreren Ländern in den… 04.10.2016 https://amerika21.de/2016/10/161390/lateinamerika-militaer?pk_campaign=newsletter%26pk_kwd=daily …Continue reading →
The Peace & Neutrality Alliance has been campaigning for Irish neutrality since our foundation in 1996, so it w was great to get this email from World Beyond War. Please email it on to all your contacts and any Irish Embassies and consulates in your country and encourage all the other contacts in No to War No to NATO to do so as well.. The last public opinion poll survey by RedC ( one of Ireland’s major polling companies in …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 →
Our friend and colleague David Vine, scored a very helpful op ed in the New York Times today, making a realpolitik call for the close of U.S. foreign military bases. The article comes in conjunction with the publication of his new book, Base Nation: How U.S. Milibary Bases Abroad Harm America and the World.” You’ll find his book at the url below, and you can ask your bookseller to stock his book! http://www.nytimes.com/2015/07/27/opinion/dont-just-close-bases-at-home-close-them-overseas.html …Continue reading →
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