Do you want a New Cold War?
The AUKUS Alliance takes the World to the brink.
If the United Nations Charter was put to a vote today, would it pass?: The Thirty-Ninth Newsletter (2021)
Each year in September, the heads of governments come to the United Nations Headquarters in New York City to inaugurate a new session of the General Assembly.
AUKUS makes workers pay for war with China
We are witnessing an aggressive build-up by the U.S. and its allies for a confrontation with China. The Biden administration is making massive upgrades to the US’s military capacity, and sharply reorienting it to focus on China.
Clear away the hype: the U.S. and Australia signed a nuclear arms deal, simple as that
The AUKUS despite being coined a security partnership, is a nuclear arms deal aimed at increasing pressure against China and should be cause for concern.
The new Australia, UK, and U.S. nuclear submarine announcement: a terrible decision for the nonproliferation regime
Named AUKUS, the partnership was announced together with a bombshell decision: The United States and UK will transfer naval nuclear-propulsion technology to Australia.
The revenge of white colonialism motivates the AUKUS alliance against China
The United States, United Kingdom, and Australia have formed an alliance called “AUKUS” to create, in the words of Australia PM Scott Morrison, “a partnership where our technology, our scientists, our industry, our defense forces are all working together to deliver a safer and more secure region that ultimately benefits all.”
Ruckus over AUKUS isn’t an edifying sight
The diplomatic fallout from the new security agreement between the Australia, United Kingdom and the United States [AUKUS] is just about beginning. The debris will take time to clean up. Might there be some lasting damage?