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The Colonial Roots of Middle East Conflict

During a post-armistice stroll in London on December 1, 1918, French wartime prime minister Georges Clemenceau turned to his British counterpart and asked: “What do you want?” “Mosul,” replied Lloyd George. “You shall have it,” Clemenceau declared. “and what else?” “Palestine.” “You shall have that […]

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Foreign Policy for All workshop in Natick

About 18 people attended the Foreign Policy for All workshop in Natick on Saturday, January 10, and a wide ranging discussion resulted. Video of part of the presentation is at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3x8EWKKvkSg&list=PLmd7Hgtj_Dpq0vZok_uPzhBEAuLCCgbCQ&index=14 Sign up for a workshop: http://masspeaceaction.org/event/fp4a-workshops

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Charlie Hebdo: Wars Abroad, Wars At Home

The past few days have been dominated by reports about the massacre of journalists and cartoonists at the weekly Charlie Hebdo in Paris — and now there is news about further attacks in Paris.  These are very troubling events and raise a lot of issues. Simply put, nothing justifies […]