New Internationalism

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new-internationalism

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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Latest

Protecting Civilians in Libya

Letter to the Editor: The Post was wrong when it described NATO's authority in Libya, based on U.N. Resolution 1973, as "protecting civilians from government forces."

The Iraq War Isn’t Over

With too many Iraqi deaths and too many tax dollars, it's still a "dumb war."
The words of IPS fellow Phyllis Bennis following the attacks of September 11th still resonate today, as we examine not only the attacks from al-Qaeda, but the decision by the U.S. to attack Afghanistan less than a month later.
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