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Panel Discussion: “Russophobia, the Ukraine War, and Nuclear Weapons”

April 16 @ 8:00 pm EDT

Please join Peter KuznickSteven Starr, and Greg Mello to discuss the dangerous phenomenon of “Russophobia” in the West in the context of the potentially widening war in Ukraine, with its attendant nuclear dangers. Dr. Kuznick is a Professor of History and Director of the Nuclear Studies Institute at American University. He is the coauthor with Oliver Stone of 12-part documentary and companion book, “The Untold History of the United States” and is in high demand around the world as an analyst of current events. Steve is medical scientist and former department chair at the University of Missouri; he was a Senior Scientist with Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR). He is a board member of the Study Group.
All have been following developments in U.S.-Russian relations on a daily basis. The Study Group has conducted multiple teach-ins on the Ukraine war since 2014 and maintain a news and analysis page updated more or less daily regarding this war, with occasional commentary. In March 2022 their prescription for peace in Ukraine was, with the encouragement of the late John Pilger, published here and in Europe (Zeit-Fragen). Of local interest, Greg’s views were highlighted and criticized in a prominent local news article early last year (“Anti-nuclear activist opposes helping Ukraine, encourages peace,” Santa Fe New Mexican, Feb 5, 2023).
Failure to heed warnings such as theirs has cost hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian lives and tens of thousands of Russian lives. At this point Ukraine is basically a broken country surviving on donations and “loans,” which has lost a much of its productive population to emigration and battlefield casualties, as was obvious would happen and as many predicted.
Should the U.S. House appropriate the proposed $61 billion in additional “aid” as is now likely (the Senate has already passed the bill; most of the money will go to U.S. arms manufacturers), Ukraine will be even more destroyed than it already is. This is a war that involves everyone, whether they want to be involved or not. It is very dangerous for everybody and highly consequential for the future not just of Ukraine but also Europe and the U.S.
Please come, and tell your friends! There is plenty of room.  There will be time for questions from the audience. This event will not be streamed although it will be available for viewing later.

Meanwhile please peruse the Ukraine war page and recommend it to your friends as an antidote to the U.S. mainstream media if nothing else, which is utterly unreliable on this topic as it is on many others.


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