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- Who are the real terrorists? NATO exposed
in fatal plane crash
- By John Catalinotto, Workers World, 18
January 1996. A new report based on documents seized from
the retired head of Italy's counter-intelligence service
has revealed that an Italian passenger plane which crashed
in April 1980 just north of Sicily was shot down by NATO jet
- NATO expansion: A dangerous policy
- From Council for a Livable World, 13 March 1997. A brief
paper criticizing post Cold War NATO expansion in Central
and East Europe.
- NATO: a dagger aimed at the heart of
- By Brian Becker, in Workers World, 3 April
1997. Retraces history of NATO since World War II.
- Abolish NATO!
- Editorial, People's Weekly World, 24 May
1997. Post Cold War NATO serves only to maintain US hegemony
- The battle for eastern Eruope: behind
- By Fred Goldstein, Workers World, 29 May
1997. The Pentagon/Clinton administration plan to expand the
North Atlantic Treaty Organization is a controversial phase
of the worldwide capitalist counter-revolution.
- Peace leaders assail NATO expansion
- By Tim Wheeler, People's Weekly World, 31
May 1997. On May 27, Clinton and Yeltsin agreed on Eastern
expansion on NATO, and Poland, the Czech Republic and
Hungary are next. Debate in US over the function, dangers
and costs of this military expansion by the US.
- Lenders worry at social costs of NATO
- By Janet Guttsman, Reuter, 2 July 1997. New NATO
countries could increase military expenditure at the
expense of social programs.
- ‘We're talking real money:’
U.S. military-industrial complex drives expansion of NATO
- By Gary Wilson, Workers World, 10 July
1997. NATO as instrument of US military and economic
domination in Eastern Europe after collapse of USSR.
No to NATO expansion
- Editorial, Workers World, 19
March 1998. After the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
approved plans to include Poland, Hungary and the Czech
Republic in NATO, it looks like Washington will impose
this expansion on its European allies and increase the
threat of war in Eastern Europe.
- Who needs the North Atlantic Treaty
- By Jim West, People's Weekly World, 21
March 1998. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
served as a battering ram and military enforcer in the cold
war against the Soviet Union. With the cold war over, why