International issues

01.04.2009

US, Russia to Discuss Nuke Deal

Democracy Now! - The Obama administration is set to open talks today on a new arms control deal with Russia »

25.03.2009

Pentagon Memo: Drop “War on Terror”

The Obama administration prefers to avoid using the term ‘Long War’ or ‘Global War on Terror.’ »

20.03.2009

Obama’s Coalition of the Unwilling

Forty one nations contribute with troops to conform the presence of 56.000 OTAN forces in Afghanistan. The occupation is already eight years old and in many countries of the OTAN it incites less support with every day that goes by. »

19.03.2009

Painted bodies to promote March for Peace

Paraguayan humanists, with their breasts and rear ends covered only with paint, held a manifestation to attract attention on the subject of violence. »

06.03.2009

Coordinator of the World March for Peace and NonViolence gathers support in Costa Rica

Rafael de la Rubia obtains support from a sector of the government, the media and universities during his visit to the Central American country »

20.02.2009

“Invisibles” Make ABM Plans Visible at European Parliament

PRESSENZA(New York) "We are invisible." That was the message of over 100 protesters at the European Parliament in Brussels on February 18. »

16.02.2009

Czech Mayors protest US Missile Defense

The Czech Republic and Poland: US Trojan Horses to divide Europe? »

15.02.2009

New Opportunities for Nuclear Disarmament

In spite of the obstacles that need to be overcome, new possibilities for nuclear disarmament are appearing on the horizon. »

23.01.2009

Facing the Unthinkable Nuclear Danger

As President-Elect Obama takes office this week, he faces a long list of enormous challenges. Nuclear disarmament is far from the top of the agenda. It should be number 1. »

21.01.2009

Young Israelis make a stand against the war

Arrested for refusing to serve in the Israeli army, high-school students launch a worldwide campaign. »

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