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Ukraine’s Neo-Nazis

THE CITIZEN COMMENT | 3 MARCH, 2022 Putin resolves to “denazify” Ukraine  Just recently the world media featured this sweet old great grandma, 78 year old Valentina Konstaninovska carrying an AK 47 and swearing to defend Ukraine. The ‘awww’ response would… Continue Reading →

War against war! – Statement of leftists and anarchists on the confrontation in Ukraine

War against war! Statement of leftists and anarchists on the confrontation in Ukraine In the ongoing conflict, we support neither Ukrainian government nor pro-Russian factions that established their authority on the portion of Luhansk and Donetsk oblasts. The working class… Continue Reading →

Wartime Violence against Disabled Women Often Ignored

By Juhie Bhatia Wednesday, June 18, 2014 Disability rights activists called for a variety of remedies during a panel of a major London conference last week. “If you have reduced mobility, it makes it that much harder to run when… Continue Reading →

When Martin Luther King Gave Up His Guns #Sundayreading

Martin Luther King, Jr. at the March on Washington (1963 via Wikimedia Commons) By Mark Engler and Paul Engler – January 20, 2014   Few are aware that Martin Luther King, Jr. once applied for a permit to carry a concealed handgun…. Continue Reading →

Mass grave fuels fear of thousands buried in Sri Lanka war zone

BY SHIHAR ANEEZ MANNAR, Sri Lanka Fri Jan 17, 2014 8:07am EST   1 OF 11. Marked human skulls are seen at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar, about 327 km (203 miles) from the capital Colombo, January… Continue Reading →

Pakistan’s Overdue Apology

  DHAKA, Bangladesh — It was a Pakistani journalist, Anthony Mascarenhas, who gave the world the firstdetailed account of Bangladesh’s war of independence. In April 1971, soon after the army of Pakistan started suppressing the secessionist movement in what was… Continue Reading →

Scars of Sri Lanka

Scars of Sri Lanka Despite government claims of peace, torture and abductions continue to be used to stifle ethnic and political dissent. The civil war in Sri Lanka ended in 2009 with the victory of President Rajapaksa‘s forces over the… Continue Reading →

#India #Pakistan – Why War ?

Why war?   Beena Sarwar Monday, November 04, 2013 Personal political Some days ago I got a call from my friend Samir Gupta, on his way home after picking up his son, 14-year old Kshitij, from a Delhi train station… Continue Reading →

The deep roots beneath 1,000,000 dead Iraqis

Iraq continues to suffer the legacy of two decades of US military intervention and meddling, with little end in sight. Last Modified: 21 Oct 2013 Al Jazeera > Mark LeVine Mark LeVine is professor of Middle Eastern history at UC Irvine,… Continue Reading →

Press Release- India and Pakistan – Talking peace in the times of war mongering

Pakistan India Peoples’ Forum For Peace & Democracy   Talking peace in the times of war mongering: Pakistan India People’s Forum seminar condemns violence, demands dialogue   New Delhi, August 15, 2013: The seminar and report release function organised by the… Continue Reading →

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