Iraq war
Peter Mertens Peter Mertens: Mutiny in South and North

At the Cumbre de los Pueblos (Peoples’ Summit) at the European Parliament, Peter Mertens, Secretary General of the PTB, spoke about the mutinies that are needed to turn the world around

Legendary whistleblower and anti-war activist Daniel Ellsberg passes at 92

The US anti-war movement fondly remembers the former government employee who contributed to the end of the US invasion of Vietnam

We must speak up before the propagandists get their war with China

Where are the voices that speak up against fascism, war, and propaganda, asks renowned journalist John Pilger as he surveys the past decade of dirty tricks perpetrated by the United States and its allies

Daily Round-up | Saudi Arabia joins SCO & other stories

In today’s episode, we look at Saudi Arabia joining SCO, Chad nationalizes oil assets, and more.

Daily Round-up Anti-war demonstrations held to reject US warmongering, militarism & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of an anti-war mobilization in the US, negotiations on the transitional government in Sudan, a planned strike by Palestinian prisoners, and a march in Mexico on the anniversary of the nationalization of oil resources

Remember Iraq: People’s movements march in Washington DC calling for end to the war machine

Thousands of activists from nearly 200 organizations took to the streets of Washington DC on March 18 to mark 20 years of the brutal and criminal Iraq war.

20 years after the start of the Iraq War, US peace movement will protest yet another war

The people of the US are building an intergenerational anti-war movement from the ground up in protest of the billions sent to war and destruction abroad

Nord stream Sabotage of Nord Stream won’t go unpunished

Can German Chancellor Olaf Scholz survive the deception over Nord Stream sabotage? If Ukraine is implicated, there is no going back for Germany

Ukraine: A conflict soaked in contradictions and new patterns in war and media

War in Ukraine joins a sequence of wars that have opened sores on a very fragile planet. Wars in Africa and Asia seem endless, and some of them are rarely commented upon with any feeling in media outlets across the world

Bush Obama 9/11 How can the US wake up from its post-9/11 nightmare?

The only hope for the future is to abandon the futile quest for hegemony and instead commit to peace, cooperative diplomacy, international law, and disarmament.

Julian Assange prison The US is determined to make Julian Assange pay for exposing the cruelty of its war on Iraq

With Julian Assange’s extradition trial set to begin on September 7, Vijay Prashad discusses Assange’s heroic work in exposing US war crimes and the heavy price he has paid for it

Iraqi Parliament Sends Decisive Message to Trump

Newsclick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about the significance of the Iraqi’s parliament’s resolution demanding the withdrawal of foreign troops from the region.