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Protest Israel’s killing of peace activists

May 31, 2010  

The following action alert was sent by World Can’t Wait: Protest! Tuesday, June 1 Federal Building, 3-6pm Condemn the Killing of Unarmed Peace Activists! End All U.S. Support for Israel! As many... 

Deadly Israeli Raid on Aid Flotilla Draws Condemnation

May 31, 2010  

Israel has committed a brutal military attack on the Freedom Flotilla that was bringing humanitarian aid to the blockaded people of Gaza.   Hawai’i resident Ann Wright, a retired Army Colonel,... 

Ampo’s Troubled 50th: Hatoyama’s Abortive Rebellion, Okinawa’s Mounting Resistance and the US-Japan Relationship

May 30, 2010  

Gavan McCormack of Japan Focus has posted an excellent three-part paper on the history of the U.S.-Japan alliance and the Okinawan resistance to the U.S. military bases. >><< Ampo’s Troubled... 

The sinking of the Cheonan: Another Gulf of Tonkin incident

May 30, 2010  

http://gowans.wordpress.com/2010/05/20/the-sinking-of-the-cheonan-another-gulf-of-tonkin-incident/ The sinking of the Cheonan: Another Gulf of Tonkin incident May 20, 2010 By Stephen Gowans While the... 

“Priorities and Concerns of Civil Society Relating to the Decolonization of Guam as a UN Non Self-Governing Territory”

May 29, 2010  

http://overseasreview.blogspot.com/2010/05/perspectives-on-decolonisation-of-guam.html STATEMENT OF GUAHAN COALITION FOR PEACE AND JUSTICE and THE CHAMORRO STUDIES ASSOCIATION By HOPE A. CRISTOBAL THE... 

Vieques: Living (and dying) under military occupation

May 29, 2010  

Professor Katherine McCaffrey gave the following testimony to the White House Interagency Task Force on Puerto Rico. It is a powerful story of the social and economic violence wrought by the military occupation... 

“Superferry is completely dead”

May 29, 2010  

Brad Parsons, who diligently followed the Hawaii Superferry saga on his blog and did amazing detective work to discredit the Superferry business plan, expose the military transport contracts lurking behind... 

South Korean civil society: Statement on the Current State of Affairs for Peace on the Korean Peninsula

May 28, 2010  

Thanks to Narae Lee, International Coordinator of Peace Boat US for sharing the following statement by South Korean civil society about the sinking of the Cheonan naval ship: >><< Dear all, Please,... 

South Korean religious leaders question conclusions of the Cheonan sinking investigation

May 28, 2010  

COMMENTS ON THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE JOINT CIVILIAN-MILITARY INVESTIGATION GROUP’S CONCLUSION “Nothing is covered up that will not become known” Luke 12:2 We, PROK, who have been praying... 

Critical perspectives on the Sinking of the Cheonan

May 28, 2010  

Korean Americans: Korea’s Cheonan Ship Sinking Incident-Questions Thanks to Sung-hee Choi and her No Bases Stories of Korea blog for forwarding this video by Korean Americans that raises important... 

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