In Gaza, the West Is Enabling the Most Transparent Genocide in Human History

Richard Falk

By Richard Falk Richard Falk is Albert G. Milbank Professor Emeritus of International Law at Princetown University former UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Palestine, and current Co-Convener of SHAPE (Save Humanity and Planet Earth.) He delivered a deep and cutting edge history and analysis in CPDCS’ January 10, 2024 webinar Gaza War, Short … Read more

Gaza Cease-Fire Now! No Wider War

Gaza March in London

We must join the majority of the world’s nations in building pressure on Biden and Netanyahu to declare a ceasefire, to deluge Gaza with the food, water, medicines, and fuel essential for life. We must do this with everything we’ve got and we must do it now. The genocide must end. We must not sleepwalk … Read more

Joseph Gerson’s Sept. 17 Boston Globe Letter to the Editor Urging U.S.-China Common Security Diplomacy

Biden and Xi

Dear Editor In his Sept. 10 Ideas piece, “Too often, military defense comes off as offense,” Stephen Kinzer warns that the United States and China are locked in an increasingly dangerous and confrontational arms race, creating a “security dilemma.” It is, as political scientist Graham Allison has warned of a “Thucydides Trap,” the inevitable tensions between rising and declining … Read more

Biden’s Trilateral Camp David Summit Advanced Preparation for War with China


The summit’s much ballyhooed commitment to nuclear disarmament and nonproliferation serves more to manufacture consent for preparations for nuclear war than to reduce nuclear dangers. Meeting in a summit at Camp David on August 18, President Joe Biden, President Yoon Suk Yeol of South Korea, and Prime Minister Fumio Kishida of Japan posed for photos that … Read more