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      The Peace Exchange Bulletin

      Published by Tom Hayden, The Peace Exchange Bulletin is a reader-supported journal, critically following the Pentagon's Long War in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iraq, as well as the failed U.S. wars on drugs and gangs, and U.S. military responses to nationalism and poverty around the world.

      Wednesday
      Nov062013

      Bill de Blasio: Harbinger of a New Populist Left in America

      The overwhelming support of New York City voters for Bill de Blasio is the latest sign of the shift towards a new populist left in America. De Blasio owes his unexpected tailwind to campaigning on issues considered by insiders to be too polarizing for winning politics.

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      Tuesday
      Nov052013

      Those Five Blue Spying Eyes

      The Edward Snowden revelations should focus attention on the secret dominance of the Anglosphere, known as the "Five Eyes", of the global surveillance elite - the privileged sharing of secrets between the UK, US, Australia, Canada and New Zealand. These remnants of the British Empire still view the outside world with elitist suspicion. The "outsiders" include Germany's Angela Merkel, Brazil's Dilma Roussef, France, Mexico, Spain and Ireland's Mary Robinson, who was forced out as the UN's human rights commissioner early in the Iraq war, and, of course, Russia, China, southern Europe, and all leaders from Asia, Africa, and Latin America. 

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      Tuesday
      Nov052013

      A Reachable Shore: US-Cuba Diplomatic Relations

      It may never be announced until it is too late to stop, but the United States and Cuba are moving steadily towards rapprochement by the approximate time that President Barack Obama and the Castro brothers leave power. Whether the goal is achieved depends partly on debates within the Obama administration and whether the Cuban lobby continues its decline.

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      Tuesday
      Nov052013

      California's Progressive Leverage

      Governor Jerry Brown is finding California to be an effective Archimedean leverage point in shaping a progressive alternative to a federal system stalemated by the New Civil War. The latest example is a West Coast pact to combat climate change by the governments of California, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia, a region populated by 53 million people with a GDP of $2.8 trillion.

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      Friday
      Nov012013

      See "The Square" This Week

      No one should miss "The Square", a courageous, stunning documentary that follows real human beings "live" as they go through the 2011 uprising in Cairo's Tahrir Square, without knowing their own fates much less the fate of their revolution. Then, remarkably, once the dictator, Hosni Mubarak, has been overthrown, the same masses rise against his successor, the elected Muslim Brotherhood candidate, Mohamad Morsi. As the film ends, still in real time, the audience will feel as close as possible in the confines of a movie theater to their lives being turned upside down. 

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      Thursday
      Oct242013

      Bird-Dog Your Congressional Representatives

      Peace Action West has produced a citizens' guide to Congressional votes on Afghanistan, drones and other issues of war-and-peace.

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      Thursday
      Oct242013

      Jesus Christ, Radical

      Historian Paul Buhle collaborated with artists Sabrina Jones, Gary Dumm and Nick Thorkelson in Radical Jesus: A Graphic History of Faith, in another attempt to locate Jesus in the social movements of his time. With an introductory word by Tom Hayden. Available now on Amazon.

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      Wednesday
      Oct232013

      Greenwald Drone Film Opens In Pakistan

      In a unique film premiere for victims of drone strikes, Pakistani leader Imran Khan will host a screening of Robert Greenwald's new documentary "Unmanned: America's Drone Wars" in Islamabad this Friday. Khan is the most popular political leader in Pakistan, and the elected leader of the region of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, where drone strikes are clustered. His former wife, the London-based, Jemima Khan, is co-executive producer.

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      Wednesday
      Oct162013

      Alex Sanchez Speaks at Hunger Strike Rally

      The human beings incarcerated in California Prisons who participated in the 60 day hunger strike have brought their case into the the California state capitol. 

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      Monday
      Sep302013

      CIA Celebrates "Homeland" Cast

      The CIA celebrated the new season of Showtime's "Homeland" on September 9 at its Langley headquarters. It was a "frank and free exchange about the entertainment business and the intelligence business that revealed a lot of parallels," commented Alex Gansa, co-creator of the show.

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