Another protest called on Labor to scrap the AUKUS nuclear submarine deal and to sign the 2017 Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. Peter Boyle and Pip Hinman report.
Guahan (Guam) peace activist Monaeka Flores explains why she fights United States militarism and the expanding bases on her Pacific island nation and around the world.
One of the concerns of First Nations activists in the progressive No camp is that the Voice will not be truly representative. They have reason for concern, argues Peter Boyle.
The expansion of United States military bases in Okinawa, other islands in Japan, Guahan/Guam and Australia is a deadly threat to peace and to indigenous communities, warns Okinawa peace activist Shinako Oyakawa.
The Korean community group Sydney Candlelight Action joined a global peace action calling for an official end the Korean War, 70 years after the 1953 armistice. Peter Boyle reports.
Anti-war protesters formed a human chain around the perimeter of the United States military base in Pyeongtaek, South Korea, on July 27, the 70th anniversary of the Korean War armistice, reports Peter Boyle.
The No campaign opposes the movement for First Nations sovereignty and a genuine, continent-wide, Treaty process. But the Yes campaign politically surrenders to the right on this core issue, argues Peter Boyle.
Kurds and their supporters rallied as part of global protests over the "canceling" of Kurdistan in Treaty of Lausanne, 100 years ago. Peter Boyle reports.
The Socialist Party of Malaysia (PSM) and the Malaysian United Democracy Alliance (MUDA) have agreed on an electoral pact for the upcoming state assembly elections on August 12, reports Peter Boyle.
Thousands of peace activists will form a human chain around the largest United States overseas military base in the world, in Pyeongtaek, South Korea, on July 27, as part of a campaign for an official agreement to end the Korean War, reports Peter Boyle.
Peter Boyle spoke to SooYoung Hwang from the Korean Peace Appeal about the campaign to end the Korean War.
Perth-based mining company Energy Transition Minerals Ltd will challenge Greenland government over its rejection of an application to mine uranium and rare earths at Kuannersuit/Kvanefjeld, reports Peter Boyle.