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National Project on Foreign Military Bases
Security Without Empire: National Organizing Conference on Foreign Military Bases
American University, Washington, D.C.
Feb. 27–Mar. 2, 2009
Guahan: An American Colony and "Tip of the Spear", Lisa Natividad from I Nasion CHamoru
Security without Empire Gets a Hearing in
DC Trip Report, Bruce Gagnon, Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space
Veterans for Peace No Bases Report, Michael Uhl, Veterans for Peace
Coordinator Trip Report, Wilbert Van Der Zeijden, International Network for the Abolition of Foreign Military Bases
Peacework's No Bases Forum
Say your piece about foreign military bases!
Conference Press Coverage
It’s Time to Shut Down US Military Bases: Interview with David Vine, Russia Today, March 16 2009.
Activists Urge End to US Foreign Military Bases, Free Speech Radio News, March 2 2009.
Security Without Empire - Put an End to Foreign Military Bases, WBAI Pacifica Radio, Feb 27 2009.
Security Without Empire, Bruce Gagnon, Op-Ed News, Jan 29 2009.
Too Many Overseas Bases, David Vine, Foreign Policy in Focus, Feb 25 2009.
Source: David Vine, Island of Shame: The Secret History of the U.S. Military Base on Diego Garcia (Princeton University Press, 2009). Click to see larger view
Battle Over Bases, David Vine, Foreign Policy in Focus, March 9 2009.
Overseas Military Bases and the Environment, Nick Morgan & John Lindsay-Poland, Foreign Policy in Focus, vol. 3, no. 15 June 1998.
Letter of Solidarity, Japan Peace Committee.
Empire of Bases, Hugh Gusterson, Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, March 10 2009.