Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about what is going on in the Middle East, from a renowned expert. If you want to know what is really happening, and why we should care, the upcoming presentation by Phyllis Bennis will knock your proverbial socks off! No cover charge for the event. Phyllis Bennis is a fellow of the Institute for Policy Studies and of the Transnational Institute in Amsterdam, who specializes in Middle East and United Nations issues.
More Information can be found here: www.kzoo4peace.org
This event is sponsored by Kalamazoo Non Violent Opponents of War
The Iraqi refugee situation in Syria is becoming increasingly problematic.
History suggests that the United States won’t be leaving Iraq any time soon.
Politics has trumped democracy as Iraq just postponed a key vote on the status of U.S. forces in their country.
‘The Will to Resist’ is a book about average soldiers and their brave acts of dissent against a system that is betraying them.
While Iraq could easily become Obama’s nightmare with a policy that emphasizes sectarian divisions, a national unity framework will help Iraq become a new democracy in the Middle East.
U.S. troops are moving out of Iraqi cities — or are they?
The Bush administration is gone, but covert operations are still going on.
The latest surge in violence isn’t because the United States is leaving, but because the timeframe and terms of withdrawal are unclear.
He’s better than his predecessor, but whether he’s adding to an already gargantuan Pentagon budget or sending more troops to Afghanistan, Obama has maintained some disturbing continuities with Bush-era policies.
The gulf between the rhetoric of withdrawal and the reality on the ground grows wider each day the occupation continues.
The Obama administration’s immigration plan should include initiatives to help create more opportunities in migrants’ home countries.
President Obama is about to order the beginning of the end of the U.S. war and occupation of Iraq. Or is he?