Shut down NATO - A WRI Campaign against NATO

Dissolve NATO: an alliance for war

NATO was founded ostensibly to defend the “free” West against Soviet expansion. Why then did not NATO dissolve when the Soviet Union disintegrated and Warsaw Pact dissolved? The reason is quite simple: because it had become the main vehicle for the coordination of Western military strategy. What follows is a call for peace activists to commit ourselves to raise the demand for the dissolution of NATO.

Shut down NATO

01 Jan 2002
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Rebuilding Kosov@ and the FRY: resource pages

23 Mar 2000
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From the Safe House Project in Budapest

On the anniversary of the beginning of NATO bombing which brought about the escalation of the war in Kosovo and the largest military operations in Europe since WWII, we want to once again speak for those for whom the war is not over yet. Namely, the numerous imprisoned or exiled deserters and conscientious objectors from Serbia who still suffer from refusing to wage a war against civilians in Kosovo or simply refusing to be sacrificial lamb of Milosevic in the pointless war with NATO.

01 Mar 2000
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The changing face of the military was the theme of the War Resisters' International seminar held in Germany in August, which brought together about 40 participants.

01 Mar 2000
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"New NATO" poses quite some challenges for the power balance in the world and goes beyond defending security. NATO has already moved east and therefore closer to Russia, which lost its former allies.

01 Mar 2000
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The war in Bosnia-Herzegovina led to NATO's first "peace-keeping" intervention and at the same time brought a shift from UN blue helmets to NATO military.

09 Aug 1999
German

mit
Dorie Wilsnack, WRI (Moderation)
Bojan Aleksov, Women in Black, Budapest
Zorica Trifunovic, Women in Black, Belgrad
Howard Clark, WRI/Balkan Peace Team, Madrid

Steinkimmen, 09. August 1999
20.00 bis 22.00 Uhr

08 Aug 1999
German

mit
Howard Clark, War Resisters' International (Moderation)
Toma Šik, Alba Kör (Ungarn)
Ellen Elster, Folkereising Mot Krig (Norwegen)
Christine Schweitzer, Bund für soziale Verteidigung (Deutschland)

Steinkimmen, 08. August 1999


Howard Clark: Also, heute Abend geht es nicht um einen globalen Überblick bezüglich des Wandels des Militärs, wir werden uns stark konzentrieren auf die stärkste militärische Allianz. d.h.
08 Aug 1999
German

mit
Howard Clark, War Resisters' International (Moderation)
Toma Šik, Alba Kör (Ungarn)
Ellen Elster, Folkereising Mot Krig (Norwegen)
Christine Schweitzer, Bund für soziale Verteidigung (Deutschland)

Steinkimmen, 08. August 1999

30 Jun 1999
English

by Robin Blackburn (extract)

05 Jun 1999
German

Christine Schweitzer

Arbeitspapier Nr. 11
5. Juni 1999