President Bush: Foreign Policy. President Bush has unquestionably made a huge impact on global events and international relations. Once war begins the “dogs of war” are released and there can never be any sure prediction of the chain reaction of events. So how is President Bush’s foreign policy reshaping the world as we adjust to the new world order? How is President Bush’s new “pre-emptive strike” strategy changing the new world order? Based on global relations leading up to the Bush Administration what could we have expected for the future if new measures were not implemented?
SUSTAIN calls for an International Day of Action against the Caterpillar Corporation on Deir Yassin Day (April 9th) demanding that: 1.) Caterpillar Corporation must sever all contracts with the Israeli Military. 2.) Caterpillar Corporation must draft a public letter explaining why they have done so.
We encourage peace and justice loving people from around the world to organize actions or events addressing the role of Caterpillar in supporting the attacks against the Palestinian people.
In an election year where more young voters are expected to turn out, the 'net is heating up as a sincere battle ground for politicians. The curious thing is that the trends are bucked by people who have their own way of doing things.
On March 20, 2004, the world will mobilize against war and colonial occupations. The significance of this historic day is evident to all and requires no further elaboration. The political clarity and character of this mobilization in the US, however, remains illusive.