Articles by Jeff Klein

When the US Invaded Russia

July 18, 2018 // 0 Comments

Amidst the backdrop of increased U.S.-Russian tensions and even talk of war, long forgotten is the time the U.S. actually invaded, explains Jeff Klein. First published in Consortium News Amid the bi-partisan mania over the Trump-Putin Summit in Helsinki, fevered, anti-Russian rhetoric in the United …

This article appeared in Massachusetts Peace Action’s Summer 2018 newsletter Now that Donald Trump has withdrawn the US from the Iran nuclear agreement, repeatedly bombed Syria, unreservedly backed every Israeli demand and continued the US involvement in the Saudi-UAE war on Yemen, tensions in the …

Boston City Councilor Josh Zakim is running as a “reform” candidate for Massachusetts Secretary of State.  At the recent State Democratic Convention, where he got the party endorsement, Zakim received the support of many progressive delegates, including some members of Our Revolution Massachusetts (ORMA).  But …

Amid Missiles and Bombs in Damascus 

April 30, 2018 // 0 Comments

Originally posted at ConsortiumNews In this special report from the Syrian capital, Jeff Klein describes a people getting back on their feet after the defeat of jihadists in Ghouta, while explosives remain a part of daily life. In Damascus A loud and persistent booming woke …

  Pro-Israel extremists are continuing their campaign against the teachers and schools in Newton for daring to present a balanced curriculum on the Israel-Palestine conflict.  They are organizing to pack a meeting of the Program and Services committee of the Newton City Council this Wednesday (December 6) at 7:30pm (Newton City Hall, 1000 Commonwealth Ave. 2nd fl.).  WHAT YOU CAN DO Please …

In Korea, Who should Really be Afraid?

September 9, 2017 // 0 Comments

Originally published in the Dorchester People for Peace Update, September 8, 2017 Pyongyang, North Korea is 6000 miles from Los Angeles. But the US surrounds Korea with dozens of bases housing tens of thousands of US troops – never mind the much larger armed forces …

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