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A 21 November Panel Discussion from the International Manifesto Group, Nodutdol, Qiao Collective, and Friends of Socialist China

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Our webinar takes a timely look beneath and behind western stereotypes of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea – as totalitarian, autarkic, economically bankrupt, led by a dynasty and a cult, and a nuclear bad-boy – to probe the realities, old and new, by addressing key questions including the ongoing Korean War.

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A November 14 Panel Discussion from the International Manifesto Group

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Can historic Palestine ever harbour a true democratic state? What would that state look like? Can those who desire a better world support this goal and what would this support look like? This panel explores these and related questions drawing from the perspectives of selected figures with decades long, joint, collective experience in the struggle for a democratic state in Palestine.

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Panel Presented by The International Manifesto Group, Black Alliance for Peace & CODEPINK

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This panel will discuss the many questions that are opened up by the US withdrawal from Afghanistan. What is the world significance of the US defeat in Afghanistan? What are the prospects for peace and development there? What role could China, Russia and Iran have in Afghanistan’s reconstruction?

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A 1-day Conference hosted by the Qiao Collective and sponsored by Peoples' Dispatch, Monthly Review & CODEPINK

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In partnership with The People’s Forum, Qiao Collective is thrilled to host a one-day international convening of organizers, scholars, and journalists whose work grapples with questions of Chinese socialism, Western imperialism, Global South internationalism, and the renewed Cold War consensus taking hold in the West. Speakers and events will analyze current trends in U.S.-China relations, Chinese development, and international relations through a socialist, anti-imperialist lens.

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The International Manifesto Group

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The Manifesto is an important political initiative which, in view of the multiple crises facing us and the urgency of political action, has been taken following several months of discussion by the International Manifesto Group, a world-wide group of concerned activists and scholars. The launch took place September 5, 2021 over Zoom and YouTube live.

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The International Manifesto Group, Black Alliance for Peace, No Cold War and Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research Present

Ending US Aggression on Cuba is Key to World Peace
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The Trump regime’s tightening of the US blockade on Cuba, with 243 new sanctions, has unfortunately been intensified by the Biden administration. By punishing the Cuban people, the US clearly intends to send a threatening message in particular to all Latin Americans: this will be your fate if you resist our demands.

This international meeting analyses why Ending US Aggression Against Cuba is Key to World Peace.

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Radhika Desai & Michael Hudson

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Understanding of the dollar’s world role is dominated by the ideas of ‘dollar hegemony’ and ‘US hegemony’. In this paper, we reveal how these ideas are ideologies, not theories. In their place, we reveal an understanding one that is theoretically sound and accords with the historical record, a geopolitical economy of the international monetary system of modern capitalism.

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