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Unwanted Missiles for a Korean Island

By Christine Ahn  - New York Times Opinion Contributor

August 5, 2011

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Afghan Youth Global Conference Call

When: Sunday, August 21, 2011, 8:00 am to 12:00 pm
Where: Conference Call


Talk to Real Afghans--Join the Afghan Youth Global Conference Call

Speak directly with Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers in Kabul. North America Call: (661) 673-8600 & access code: 295191#. Visit the site for schedules in your area. Mark your calendar for 9/21 UN International Day of Peace global call!

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Why the US won't leave Afghanistan

Surge, bribe and run? Or surge, bribe and stay? How US military bases and the energy war play out in Afghanistan.

Al Jazeeraby Pepe Escobar - July 12, 2011 - Al Jazeera

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Stop UN/US Intervention in Libya

United for Justice with Peace oppposes UN/US military intervention in Libya. 

Use of military force is destructive, pours fuel on the flames and makes worse an already bad situation. 

We call for an immediate cease fire and negotiations including all Libyan parties.

We support Libya's right of self-determination and reject efforts by other countries to determine its government.
 

- Adopted by the Planning Group, March 23, 2011

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It's High Time for Int'l Intervention to Save Libyan Lives

[United for Justice with Peace opposes the US/UN intervention in Libya.   We post this statement to inform our readers of opposing views. - Ed.]

Muslim Public Affairs Council - March 18, 2011

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Democracy Won’t be Delivered by a No-fly Zone

by U.S. Labor Against War - March 16, 2011

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Don't "No-Fly" Libya

 

by Phyllis Bennis

Institute for Policy Studies - March 4, 2011

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A Call to the People and Governments of the Free World

We call upon all of you to support the Egyptian people's demands for a good life, liberty and an end of despotism. We call upon you to urge this dictatorial regime to stop its bloodshed of the Egyptian people, exercised throughout the Egyptian cities, on top of which comes the city of Suez. We believe that the material and moral support offered to the Egyptian regime, by the American government and European governments, has helped to suppress the Egyptian people.

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Egypt Protests: "Fear Barrier Seems to Have Been Broken"

Democracy Now coverage of Egypt demonstrations, January 27, 2011
 
AMY GOODMAN: We turn now to Guardian reporter Jack Shenker, who is with us on the telephone from Cairo.
 
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To End Sexual Violence, End War

by James Carroll - Boston Globe, January 11, 2011

SOME YEARS ago I was reunited with a boyhood friend who told me he had served in Vietnam — not one tour, but three. When he described some of the horrendous combat experiences he had, I asked why he repeatedly volunteered to go back? He replied cautiously, “Do you want the real answer?’’ Sure, I said, even as his tone put me on alert. “I went back for the sex,’’ he said. “All the sex I could want. Best sex I ever had.’’

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“Dear Afghanistan:” A New Year’s Call for Peace

When: Friday, December 31, 2010, 2:05 pm to Saturday, January 1, 2011, 2:05 pm
Where: Worldwide teleconference

While the US may be the world's single super power in military terms, it faces another super power: the voices of war-weary millions who detest violence and killing. In Afghanistan, in the United States, and among the populations of countries whose governments have joined the NATO coalition, millions of people are calling for an end to war in Afghanistan.  

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U.S. Agrees to Transfer Nuclear Material to Yet Another Outlaw Nuke Regime

By Conn Hallinan, December 16, 2010 - Foreign Policy in Focus

This past July, a nuclear-armed nation, in violation of an international treaty, clandestinely agreed to supply uranium to a known proliferator of nuclear weapons. China and North Korea? No, the United States and Israel.

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FILM: Budrus

When: Friday, December 3, 2010, 8:00 am to Thursday, December 9, 2010, 4:00 pm
Where: Coolidge Corner Theatre • 290 Harvard Street • Brookline

BudrusBUDRUS, a powerful documentary about the Palestinian nonviolence movement, opens Dec. 3rd at the Coolidge Corner Theatre.  The film has garnered numerous international awards and great deal of national and international media coverage in recent weeks. 

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NATO Counter Summit

When: Friday, November 19, 2010, 1:00 am to Sunday, November 21, 2010, 5:00 am
Where: Live Streaming

Although NATO and the hundreds of military bases and installations that the U.S. continues to maintain across Europe have long played critical roles in maintaining U.S. “full spectrum dominance”, too few of us in the U.S. know much about NATO or have found ways to make common cause with European peace movements.

Here are your opportunities:

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Peace Week

When: Tuesday, September 14, 2010, 6:00 am to Tuesday, September 21, 2010, 2:00 pm
Where: Global Telesummit

Peace Week

A global telesummit for building a culture of peace

Featuring over 50 inspiring peacebuilders

Get engaged in creating the shift to a world at peace

www.peaceweek.info

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