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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.

      Tuesday
      Nov082011

      Commentary on Occupy: Robby Cohen

      Commentary on Occupy Wall Street by Robby Cohen.

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      Tuesday
      Nov082011

      Commentary on Occupy: Robert García

      Commentary on Occupy Wall Street by Robert Garcia.

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      Tuesday
      Nov082011

      Commentary on Occupy: Mike De La Rocha

      Commentary on Occupy Wall Street by Mike De La Rocha.

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      Monday
      Nov072011

      Public Strongly Supports Obama’s Iraq Pullout But U.S. Military Balks

      While a stunning majority of Americans favor President Obama’s decision to withdraw troops from Iraq by this December 31, some neo-conservatives and Pentagon factions are lobbying hard for a contingent of American troops to remain. The internal battle may continue deep into December, while Congress is out of session.

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      Monday
      Nov072011

      Thoughts on Occupy from Strong Supporters

      Two opinions on Occupy Los Angeles from Bulletin readers and supporters of the movement.

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      Monday
      Nov072011

      San Francisco Labor Backs Occupy Voice at City Hall

      Occupy San Francisco now has a voice at City Hall. Labor supports; Occupy leads.

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      Saturday
      Nov052011

      Hayden, Ross Lead Talk on Engagement and Citizenry

      The year was 1961, and Tom Hayden had been in jail in the South for participating in civil rights protests when he put pen to paper. What began as a letter to his friends in Students for a Democratic Society blossomed into the blueprint for the Port Huron Statement, the manifesto that helped launch the student activist movements of the 1960s.

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      Tuesday
      Nov012011

      The Doves Flew High

      How small our voices in the terrifying din of wartime lies.

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      Tuesday
      Nov012011

      Palestine Wins UNESCO Membership, Deepening U.S. Global Weakness

      UNESCO voted 107-14, with 52 abstentions, to accept Palestine’s membership on October 31, despite a $70 million cutoff of American funding. The vote vindicates the current Palestinian diplomatic strategy while exposing a US weakness in preventing growing global recognition of Palestinian statehood.

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      Monday
      Oct312011

      Imran Khan Considering Presidential Peace Campaign in Pakistan: 'Not a Rally But a Turning Point'

      Imran Khan, the legendary cricket star and vocal opponent of US military policies in Pakistan, is considering a campaign for president on a peace platform, according to Peace and Justice Resource Center sources. Pakistan must schedule its next general election by not later than February 2013.

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