Source: Peace activists are hitting the streets across the United States – Alternet.org
Peace in Ukraine?
Ukraine Needs a Negotiated Peace Because Everyone Will Lose This War of Attrition | Jeffrey D. Sachs
Despite the brutality of Russia’s assault, Ukraine should intensify the search for a negotiated peace of the kind that was on the table in March, but which was abandoned following atrocities in Bucha.
Source: Opinion | Ukraine Needs a Negotiated Peace Because Everyone Will Lose This War of Attrition | Jeffrey D. Sachs
This Is How the United States Could Help Bring Peace to Ukraine
Whatever the case, a cogent and useful discussion…
Decisions by the U.S. will have a critical impact on whether there will soon be peace in Ukraine, or only a much longer and bloodier war.
Source: Opinion | This Is How the United States Could Help Bring Peace to Ukraine | Medea Benjamin
Corbyn: Now, Let Us Talk Peace
When a war is going on, though, it is absolutely the time to talk about peace. How else can we prevent even further loss of life or yet more millions forced into refuge somewhere else in the world? It is welcome that at last the United Nations has taken an initiative with the welcome request by Secretary-General António Guterres for face-to-face meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
A Path to Peace for Ukraine? | Jeffrey D. Sachs
The sooner such terms are agreed, the more likely we are to avoid the path to World War III.
Source: Opinion | A Blueprint for a Reasonable Path to Peace for Ukraine | Jeffrey D. Sachs
The US Military, Post-Afghanistan
What’s even easier to see is that peace will be given no chance at all. Why? Because it’s just not in the interests of America’s deeply influential military-congressional-industrial complex.
Source: The US Military, Post-Afghanistan – CounterPunch.org