On May 4, the Palestinian National Reconciliation Agreement was signed in Cairo calling for the creation of a unified Palestinian government.
Brian Becker, National Coordinator of the ANSWER Coalition, discusses the real motives behind the U.S. occupation: not going after Osama Bin Laden or Al-Qaeda, but rather establishing U.S. military bases in a geostrategically important region of the world.
Brian Becker, National Coordinator of the ANSWER Coalition, says the U.S. government will use this event as a pretext for an aggressive imperialist foreign policy, just as it did in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks.
The former colonizing and enslaving powers of Africa—Britain, France and the United States—have committed themselves to the ouster of the Libyan government.
The leaders of the world's capitalist powers met for a conference in Berlin in 1884 to decide how they would partition Africa. One cannot help but think about the Conference of 1884 when analyzing the London Conference of 2011.
When bombs and missiles began raining down on the people of Libya. The ANSWER Coalition immediately put out a call for protests to take place across the country to demand “Stop the bombing of Libya.”
This article is a speech that was delivered by Ardeshir Ommani on March 12th at a public forum in NYC, sponsored by the American Iranian Friendship Committee (AIFC). Ommani is an Iranian-born writer, political economist and president of AIFC.
Emergency demonstrations to say “Stop the bombing of Libya.” Demonstrations will take place across the country between Wednesday, March 23 and Saturday, March 26.
On March 19, thousands of people took to the streets to demand an end to U.S. war and military intervention abroad and funding for people’s needs at home. Mass demonstrations took place in Washington, D.C., San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago and many other cities across the United States and the world.
Don't let distance prevent you from joining the anti-war march in San Francisco on March 19. There is transportation available from Sacramento, Davis, Santa Cruz, and San Jose. Click on the article to learn more.