Joseph Gerson: Peace Movements’ Perspectives on the AUKUS Military Pact

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Peace Movements’ Perspectives on the AUKUS Military Pact Joseph Gerson IPB/AEPF/CPDCS Webinar – October 8, 2021 Let me begin by thanking IPB and the Asia-Europe People’s Forum for their inspired leadership in bringing together our incipient coalition and for organizing today’s webinar. To state the obvious, even as Joe Biden will be meeting virtually with […]

Jackie Cabasso: framing remarks regarding growing U.S. – China tensions

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Jackie Cabasso: framing remarks regarding growing U.S. – China tensions Peace & Planet Strategy Meeting – September 18, 2021 We stand at a nuclear crossroads, in a sharply divided world. While the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons represents the total repudiation of nuclear weapons by most of the states that don’t possess them, […]

How China threat narratives feed anti-Asian racism and how to fight back

How China threat narratives feed anti-Asian racism and how to fight back We analyze how the recent trend of inflated “China threat” narratives is feeding anti-Asian racism, the interests driving this trend, and outline a potential counter narrative strategy. We distinguish between the inflated China threat narratives that are most likely to feed racism, and […]

U.S. vs. China: A Capitalist Globalization Divided but Not Transformed?

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U.S. vs. China: A Capitalist Globalization Divided but Not Transformed? by Andrew Lichterman.*  Text of a presentation at the Asia Pacific Working Group webinar, “The U.S.-China competition and its impact on the people caught in the middle,” June 9, 2021. Yesterday, the U.S. Senate voted 68-32 to pass the Endless Frontier Act, framed as bolstering […]