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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Hamas Wins the Palestinian Elections

UFPJ Talking Points #37: Someone better tell George Bush to be careful what he calls for, because this is what democracy looks like.

Why the U.S. Occupation of Iraq Must End Now

UPFJ Talking Points #36: Permanent deployment is already creating a wide range of problems, including military over-stretch, casualties, regional antagonism, and growing global isolation.
Bennis tracks the rise of U.S. unilateralism and the doctrine of preemptive war, looking particularly at Iraq and Israel/Palestine, and examines both the potential and the challenges ahead in reclaiming the UN as part of the global peace movement.
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