Moon, Kim hold second summit in Panmunjom

President of the Republic of Korea, Moon Jae-in, and top leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) Kim Jong-un held their second summit in Panmunjom on Saturday. The ROK’s presidential More »

Venezuela. Nicolas Maduro remporte la présidentielle

Le chef de l’Etat sortant du Venezuela Nicolas Maduro a été déclaré dimanche vainqueur de la présidentielle par l’autorité électorale, avec près de 70% des suffrages, après le dépouillement de la quasi-totalité More »

Kiev regime accuses the journalist of treason

On Tuesday, May 15, the Security Service of Ukraine conducted searches in the office of RIA Novosti Ukraina, in the apartments of the RIA Novosti Ukraina correspondent Lyudmila Lysenko, and the head More »

International Solidarity with the People of Odessa

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Gaza: Israeli Army Killed 52 Palestinians and Injured 2410

At least 52 Palestinians have been killed and more than 2,000 others injured alongside the eastern borders of the Gaza Strip on Monday, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza. More »

 

Sweden | Global military spending remains high at $1.7 trillion

Total world military expenditure rose to $1739 billion in 2017, a marginal increase of 1.1 per cent in real terms from 2016, according to new figures from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). China’s military expenditure rose again in 2017, continuing an upward trend in spending that has lasted for more than two decades. Russia’s military spending fell for the first time since 1998, while spending by the United States remained constant for the second successive year. The comprehensive annual update of the SIPRI Military Expenditure Database is accessible from today at www.sipri.org.

Sweden | North Korea and the US: are there ways out?

by Dan Smith

Was it a response? Was it not a response? Following a missile test on 15 September, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) went two months without another one. On 20 November, President Trump formally designated the DPRK as a state that sponsors terrorism. On 28 November the DPRK launched what may have been an intercontinental-range missile, reckoned by some reports to be its 20th test-firing of the year. The risk of the US-DPRK leading to conflagration is still not huge but it is increasing. With such high stakes, it is urgent to find a way to cool things down.

Sweden | NATO military exercise “Aurora 17” was accomplished with great anti-war manifestation

The largest military exercise in Sweden in over 20 years started on Monday, but critics argue that it is likely to increase military tensions in the region.

Sweden’s Armed Forces say that the military exercise, Aurora 17, which involves several NATO countries, including the USA, will strengthen Sweden’s ability to withstand an attack. (Sweden is not a member of NATO.)

Sweden | China and (world) food security

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Sweden | Support freedom of speech in Sweden and throughout the world

Open letter to the people of the world

Please sign and give your support to peace, freedom of speech, freedom of information and to expose the right-wing extremist violence. Help us stop the international defamation campaign against a French documentary by Paul Moreira that exposes a right-wing extremist mass murder and atrocities in Ukraine to be aired in Sweden May 23. We need your support now when main stream media together with governments and their followers want to impose their views and biased narrative as the only valid truth on their own people or upon people in other countries.

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