Korea

Just a quick update following the “Refuse the Order to Launch” demonstration at the Natick Army Base on Sunday, August 27.   The protest march from Natick Center was important for reasons that extend beyond making a public statement against a potential nuclear strike against …

Refuse the Order to Launch March

August 27, 2017 // 0 Comments

Natick US Army Labs General Green Ave. Natick, MA Or assemble at Common St. Spiritual Center, 14 Common St. March 2 miles from there to Natick Labs.   Send a message to the military that a preemptive or retaliatory strike against North Korea would be a curse upon the earth and …

With: Sounghey Kim, Co-Chair of the Seongju County Struggle Committee to Stop THAAD Theodore Postol, PhD, Professor, Science, Technology, and International Security, Massachusetts Institute of Technology  Juyeon Rhee, Korea Policy Institute; Solidarity Committee for Democracy and Peace in Korea, New York   Moderators: M. Brinton Lykes, Co-Director …

Nov. 18, Cambridge: Christine Ahn, Dohee Lee, M. Brinton Lykes and Ramsay Liem report back on the historical women’s walk for peace and reunification in the Koreas. Christine Ahn, Executive Director, Women Cross DMZ M. Brinton Lykes, Community-cultural psychologist, Lynch School of Education and Center …

JeJu Island: South Korean activists to speak and show film “Gureombi — The Wind is Blowing” on struggle to oppose US militarism Two young Koreans active in the campaign to stop the construction of the  huge new naval base are touring to provide information and build support.  …

A Statement from the Conference “Pivoting for Peace in Asia/Pacific: Confronting U.S. Militarism and Corporate Dominance“, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 19, 2014 President Obama travels to East Asia this week to reinforce his administration’s military pivot to Asia and the Pacific and to rescue the faltering Trans-Pacific …

Pivoting for Peace in Asia-Pacific

April 19, 2014 // 0 Comments

CHALLENGING US MILITARISM AND CORPORATE DOMINANCE: Amidst the crisis over Ukraine, President Obama is returning to Asia and the Pacific in April to press a military, economic and diplomatic “Pivot” to Asia and the Pacific. The goal: to “manage China’s rise” in ways that ensure …

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