Nukes, NATO and Right-Wing Nationalism

  • American Friends Service Committee 2161 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA, 02140 United States

The International Peace Movement's Response to the Trump Debacle

Reiner Braun has been a leading figure in the German and European peace movements since the early 1980s.  His connections with movements and political figures from Manila to Moscow and Berlin to Buenos Aries is extraordinary. He is currently Co-president of the International Peace Bureau and was the lead organizer of IPB’s massive Disarm! For a Climate of Peace! Congress in Berlin this past October. 

He was the founder of the No to NATO/No to War International Network.  He has long been associated with International Network of Engineers and Scientists for Global Responsibility (INES), the Max Planck Institute and the International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms.

Reiner is currently involved in planning activities for the Nuclear Weapons Prohibition Treaty negotiations at the United Nations in March and June, as well as counter-NATO-summit activities and for the NPT PrepCom in Vienna – both in May.

Reiner Braun is a highly informed, sharp and long-time critic of U.S., European and Russian foreign and military policies. He will be in Boston as part of a national speaking tour organized by the American Friends Service Committee and Peace Action, and United for Peace and Justice.

Co-sponsored by American Friends Service Committee, Massachusetts Peace Action, and United for Justice with Peace.  $5 donation requested

http://masspeaceaction.org/event/nukes-nato-nationalism/