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Path to Peace: The Case for a Peace Agreement to End the Korean War

by Henri Féron

Despite years of negotiations, the United States, North Korea, and South Korea remain locked in a dangerous standoff. This stalemate perpetuates the worsening security crisis on the Korean Peninsula, which poses an existential threat to millions of people. To assess how a peace-first approach can help resolve the security crisis on the Korean Peninsula, the Korea Peace Now! campaign has produced the present report to examine the political and legal ramifications of a peace agreement.

Path to Peace: The Case for a Peace Agreement to End the Korean War
STATEMENT

Joint Statement in Support of Rep. Joaquin Castro for House Foreign Affairs
Committee Chairman

Organized by the Center for International Policy

The undersigned grassroots and advocacy organizations representing millions of Americans from all walks of life and backgrounds write in support of Representative Joaquin Castro as the next Chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee (HFAC).

Joint Statement in Support of Rep. Joaquin Castro for House Foreign Affairs
Committee Chairman
BOOK

Book: Patriotic Dissent: America in the Age of Endless War

By Danny Sjursen, Senior Fellows

"This incendiary work by Daniel Sjursen is a personal cry from the heart by a once-model US Army officer and West Point graduate who became a military dissenter while still on active duty. Set against the backdrop of the terror wars of the last two decades, Sjursen asks whether there is a proper space for patriotism that renounces entitled exceptionalism and narcissistic jingoism. Once a burgeoning believer and budding conservative, Sjursen performed an intellectual and spiritual about-face. He now calls for a critical exploration of our allegiances, and he suggests a path to a new, more complex notion of patriotism. Equal parts unsentimental and idealistic, this is a story about what it means to be an American in the midst of perpetual war, and what the future of patriotism might look like." You may learn more and purchase the book at heydaybooks.com/patriotic-dissent.

Book: Patriotic Dissent: America in the Age of Endless War

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‘Made Possible by Viewers Taxpayers Like You’: French African-Adventurism & Wedding-Bombings

by Danny Sjursen

Counterinsurgency snake oil was sold to soldiers and civilians alike as a "new" brand of urbane and civilized warfare. The absurdly over-the-top euphemistic buzzwords and mantras applied to such strategies – "stability-" and "information" "operations," "handshakes&hand grenades," or "nation builders as well as warriors" – should’ve tipped us off that something severely dark was concealed beneath the seemingly sophisticate rhetoric. Because it’s turned out, time and again, that war is war – despite human beings’ best efforts at linguistic concealment – and the counterinsurgent, counter-guerilla, or counter-terror sorts tend to be the most brutal of all

Fortress on a Hill: Episode Zero - Christopher S. "Henri" Henrikson - Ep 99

Produced by Danny Sjursen

The second episode in an ongoing series where hosts Chris 'Henri' Henrikson, Danny Sjursen, and Keagan Miller break down early life and military experiences of themselves and other anti war veterans, to catalog and understand the human history of dissent and moral injury.

"Imperial delusions": Danny Sjursen on France's U.S.-backed neocolonial forever war in Africa.

by Danny Sjursen

Latest wide-ranging and fairly intense discussion with Jesse & Misty. Starting with upcoming 11th “anniversary” of Wikileaks releasing the horrendous Iraq War “collateral murder” video—connecting to recent UN report concluding French airstrikes killed many Malian civilian wedding guests.

What Is It About the Democrats’ Love of War?

by Danny Sjursen

Maj. Danny Sjursen, a historian and veteran of America’s two longest wars, joins Robert Scheer on this week’s installment of “Scheer Intelligence” to discuss what he thinks about Biden’s possible delay and what this will mean to Afghanistan’s people and the American soldiers in the region.

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