western intervention

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#WW1 : 100 years on capitalism is still the driving force for war

By Domenico Moro This year marks the centenary of the First World War, which began with the signing of the declaration of war by the Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria on July 28, 1914. For the first time in history, and after a hundred years of relative peace, all major powers were involved in a … Continue reading

US/France intervention in Syria would be a massive blow to international law

Speaking in Vilnius (Lithuania) at the European Interparliamentary meeting on Security and Defence, GUE/NGL MEP and foreign affairs policy coordinator Willy Meyer called proposed US/France intervention in Syria “a mortal blow to the UN Charter” and called for a “negotiated political solution to the Syrian conflict, without any foreign interference”. The Vilnius meeting brings together … Continue reading

Thousands say ‘No to French military intervention in Syria’

THE FOLLOWING PETITION HAS GARNERED THOUSANDS OF SIGNATURES The use of chemical weapons, of which many doctors bore witness in a district of Damascus on August 21, 2013, has seen Syria cross a new threshold of horror. For two years, the confrontation caused by the regime of Bashar Al Assad, which has refused to hear … Continue reading

Syria Intervention: Will French parliamentarians have their say?

IN THE RADICAL PRESS / HUMANITE By Jean -Emmanuel Ducoin In the political life of the supposed great republican democracies, there are times when gut urges should give way to reason, not the reason of state (though ) but the reason of the mind that seeks to rise above short-term political touting. As he moves … Continue reading

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