Category: International Law

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Immanuel Wallerstein: Why NATO is a Danger to World Peace

Renouncing NATO as a structure would be a first step towards sanity and the world’s survival

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Noam Chomsky: World ominously close to nuclear war

The world has never been closer to a nuclear war that could wipe out all of its initiators

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Rania Khalek: Drone-Strike Feminism

The latest US bombing campaign against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS, aka ISIL) as a feminist rescue mission may be the worst of Obama’s justifications

Thomas Gaist: Report to UN condemns US government’s “international criminal program of torture”

A recent report to the UN concludes that the administrations of George W. Bush and Barack Obama are responsible for far-reaching violations of international law

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Jeremy Scahill: Blackwater Execs Remain Free as Guards Convicted for Killing 14 Iraqis in Massacre

This is an extremely important verdict, because we’re talking about a mercenary industry, a war industry, that has largely operated in a Wild West atmosphere

Rozina Ali: Drone Strikes: The numbers don’t lie, except when they do

Only 12% of those Killed are Known Militants

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Paul Farmer: Diary

Weak health systems, not unprecedented virulence or a previously unknown mode of transmission, are to blame for Ebola’s rapid spread

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Fidel Castro: The UN Is A Colossal Fraud

if it is perfectly possible to plan the development of the population in accordance with growing productivity, culture and development of human values, what are they waiting for?

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Vandana Shiva: Of Food, Farmers and WTO’s Doublespeak

Seed sovereignty is the foundation of food sovereignty

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David Swanson: Imagine There Are No Countries

The U.S. peace movement is currently drenched in nationalism, uses “we” to mean the U.S. military, and thinks of “global citizen” as a bit of silly childishness. That needs to change. And fast

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