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No New Wars, No To Nato

Trump Was Right: NATO Should Be Obsolete

By Medea Benjamin, December 2, 2019 The three smartest words that Donald Trump uttered during his presidential campaign are “NATO is obsolete.” His adversary, Hillary Clinton, retorted that NATO was “the strongest military alliance in the history of the world.” […]

Volunteer Spotlight: Al Mytty

In each biweekly e-newsletter, we share the stories of World BEYOND War volunteers around the world. Want to volunteer with World BEYOND War? Email greta@worldbeyondwar.org. Location: The Villages, Florida, USA How did you get involved with World BEYOND War (WBW)? […]

Iraqi protestors

Iraqis Rise Up Against 16 Years of ‘Made in the USA’ Corruption

By Nicolas J S Davies, World BEYOND War, November 29, 2019 As Americans sat down to Thanksgiving dinner, Iraqis were mourning 40 protesters killed by police and soldiers on Thursday in Baghdad, Najaf and Nasiriyah. Nearly 400 protesters have been […]

Drive Time Voice of the Cape podcast

South Africa Blocks Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates

Content hosted by iono.fmFrom the Voice of the Cape, November 26, 2019 South Africa is blocking arms sales to countries including Saudi Arabia and the UAE in an inspection dispute, endangering billions of dollars of business and thousands of jobs […]

“They’re killing us like dogs” – A Massacre in Bolivia and a Plea for Help

A Message From Bolivia

By Medea Benjamin, November 22, 2019 I am writing from Bolivia just days after witnessing the November 19 military massacre at the Senkata gas plant in the indigenous city of El Alto, and the tear-gassing of a peaceful funeral procession […]

Iraqi protestors

What Do Iraqi Protesters Want?

By Raed Jarrar, November 22, 2019 From Just World During the last 6 weeks, over 300 Iraqis have been killed and over 15,000 injured in a bloody uprising that has been absent from US headlines. Inspired by the uprising in […]

Chagossian military base protestors

Experts’ Letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson and President Donald J. Trump Supporting the Exiled Chagossian People

November 22, 2019 Dear Prime Minister Boris Johnson and President Donald J. Trump,  We are a group of scholars, military and international relations analysts, and other experts who are writing in support of the exiled Chagossian people. As you know, […]

Burning draft cards during the US/Vietnam War era

It’s Time. End the Draft, Once and for All

By Rivera Sun, November 21, 2019 From Antiwar.Blog We may be months away from ending the US military draft, once and for all. After a court ruled that the male-only draft was unconstitutional, a Congress-appointed Commission has been studying whether […]

Protestors at Camp Schwab in Okinawa

Henoko-Oura Bay Coastal Waters: Japan’s First Hope Spot

By Hideki Yoshikawa, Director of Okinawa Environmental Justice Project, November 22, 2019 Amidst the Japanese government’s relentless push to build a new U.S. military base at Henoko-Oura Bay in Okinawa Island, Japan, Mission Blue’s designation of the Henoko Oura Bay Coastal Waters […]

Misagh Parsa on Talk Nation Radio

Talk Nation Radio: Misagh Parsa on Protests in Iran

Misagh Parsa is a Professor of Sociology who has taught at Dartmouth since 1989. A specialist on revolutions, he is the author of States, Ideologies, and Social Revolutions: A Comparative Analysis of Iran, Nicaragua, and the Philippines, as well as Social Origins […]