International Conference For a Self-Determined Afghanistan Bonn,Germany, December 4, 2011 Joseph Gerson*
I want to thank the conference organizers for the privilege of joining you. It has been ten years since 9-11, when believe it or not, Secretary of War Donald Rumsfeld told President Bush that invadingAfghanistanwould violate international law, and Bush the Lesser responded that he wanted to “kick some ass.”
Herbert Docena speaking at the "Peace in Asia and the Pacific" conference in Washington, D.C.
Peace in Asia and the Pacific: Alternatives to Asia-Pacific Militarization
Presentation by Herbert Docena
Greetings. I would like to thank the organizers for convening this timely conference.
Most of you know that this year marks the tenth anniversary of 9-11 and the US-led invasion of Afghanistan. How many among you know, however, that, in three months, we will also be marking the tenth year of the return of US military forces to the Philippines?
Peace in Asia and the Pacific: Alternatives to Asia-Pacific Militarization Campaign/Movement Building Panel (Oct. 21, 19:30-) Campaign for a Total Ban on Nuclear Weapons (shorter version) Hiroshi TAKA – Japan Council against A and H Bombs
First of all, let me express my gratitude to the organizers for inviting me to this important conference and allowing me to speak before you.
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