At CCI, we see the need and possibility for changing this situation. When real people in large numbers get involved, amazing things begin to happen. Join us! Let's help reduce the tensions existing today between the two Superpowers.
Civic and religious leaders in Germany are spearheading a new initiative to avoid war between Russia and the West.
By Gilbert Doctorow, Ute Finckh-Krämer, Ludger Volmer, Rolf Ekéus and Noam Chomsky
A transatlantic appeal for a new policy of détente with Russia has been launched. The declaration’s authors invite the general public to join leading political figures and social activists who have publicly rallied to support the call.
Friends, who knows what will happen next in the continuing hot spots between Washington/NATO and Russia? Robert Parry’s “Consortium News” below features Jonathan Marshall who gives a laudable possibility that Donald Trump could help end the war in Ukraine. This quick fix possibility looks like it could appeal to Trump. He wouldn’t have to do much to make a huge difference as he starts his term. Let’s hope that someone gets the possible win-win to him, if they haven’t already.
The article gives a clear, short, sequenced narrative of Ukraine events in case you, like many of us, have a hard time keeping up with the continually exploding happenings across Ukraine and the Middle East.
Let’s hope for best,
November 24, 2016
Trump’s Possible Path Out of Ukraine Crisis
Exclusive: The U.S.-backed coup in Ukraine in 2014 sparked a New Cold War with Russia, but a President Trump could roll back tensions with a creative strategy for resolving the Ukraine standoff, writes Jonathan Marshall.
By Jonathan Marshall
If Donald Trump wants to make a decisive and constructive mark on U.S. foreign policy early in his presidency, there’s no better place to start than by helping to end the brutal war in Ukraine that has claimed some 10,000 lives.