https://mondoweiss.net/2020/03/an-unlikely-nemesis/ An unlikely nemesis Maybe it figures that the people who successfully sold otherwise-intelligent Americans on the notion that their army (the Israeli Defense Force) was “the most moral army in history” could in the end be brought down by Continue reading Netanyahu and others being sued for war crimes in the US, 20 March 2020
STUART REES.- Learning from a crisis.
How the U.S. Military Churns Out More Greenhouse Gas Emissions Than Entire Countries The Pentagon is the world’s biggest consumer of fossil fuels—and agent of climate change. By Luke Darby September 13, 2019 USAf/Getty Images When CNN hosted a climate-change Continue reading How the US military churns out more greenhouse gas emissions than entire countries
MEDIA RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 23 December 2019 Bushfires a National Security Threat Bushfires in Australia a real national security issue in contrast to talked up threats of hostile nations in our region Climate change a significant cause of the Continue reading Bushfires a national security threat – IPAN Media release December 23 2019
speakers at 4th July Public Forum in Melbourne – Keep Australia Out of U.S. wars: Time for our Independence, Fiona McCandless, member of IPAN and unionist, spoke on the disastrous impact on people and the environment in countries hosting foreign Continue reading 4th July talks by Fiona McCandless and Dr Vince Scappatura
Why do successive Australian governments dance to the dangerous beat of U.S. war drums? How do we build a people’s movement to end the Australian governments’ servile support for U.S. wars of aggression? … A talk by IPAN Committee member Continue reading IPAN Talk at Melbourne Unitarian Peace Memorial 30 June 2019
This letter has been sent to Prime Minister Scott Morrison, from the Australians for War Powers Reform organisation. 19.06.27 AWPR Letter to PM re Iran
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Ever since Australia’s Prime Minister John Curtin cast his eye to Washington in an act of desperation during the Second World War, fearing defeat at the hands of the Japanese and British abandonment, the United States has maintained its role, Continue reading The Pinkerton Effect: The US Marines in Darwin