New Internationalism

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The New Internationalism project works primarily on Middle East and United Nations issues. In the Middle East, the key focus areas are the U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the Israeli occupation of Palestine. In both arenas the project focuses on education and activism aiming to change the failed and failing U.S. policies, and retooling those policies to meet the goals of peace with justice. The project also works to challenge U.S. domination of the UN, and to help democratize and empower the global organization.

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Expert Available: Phyllis Bennis on Libya’s Future

“The success of Libya's uprising will have a great deal to do with the willingness of its leadership to break its dependency on the United States and NATO,” said Bennis in an article on Alternet. She asks, “whether events so far are ultimately a victory for the Libyan people, or for NATO. Given recent models of U.S. and NATO involvement in overthrowing dictatorships, we don't have a lot of examples of how it can be both.”

Libya: Too Soon to Declare Victory

The success of Libya's uprising will have a great deal to do with the willingness of its leadership to break its dependency on the United States and NATO.

[RADIO] The Scenarios For Troop Withdrawals in Iraq

Breaking down the Iraqi governmen's decision to negotiate with the US military — regarding the previously scheduled December 31st departure date — in a Free Speech Radio news interview.

From Oslo to Oklahoma

It is a time to mourn, and also to organize against the wars that depend on this kind of hatred.

Summer Doldrums and War Budgets

As DC's powerful debate the debt crisis, one aspect of our spending is completely absent from the debate: war spending.
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