Just Foreign Policy

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Template:TOCnestleft Just Foreign Policy is affiliated with United for Peace and Justice.[1]

Mission

The stated mission of Just Foreign Policy is found on their website:

"Just Foreign Policy is an independent and non-partisan membership organization dedicated to reforming U.S. foreign policy by mobilizing and organizing the broad majority of Americans who want a foreign policy based on diplomacy, law and cooperation. Although Just Foreign Policy will focus exclusively on foreign policy, we appeal directly to Americans for whom foreign policy is not a primary concern."[2]

Surrendering U.S. Sovereignty

Just Foreign Policy's stance on foreign policy would lead to a surrendering of U.S. sovereignty to international bodies such as the UN:

"Eventually the United States must move towards a more multilateral approach to foreign relations—one that relies less on raw U.S. military and economic power and more on international law and treaties, co-operation, and diplomacy. Our goal is to accelerate this transition through education, organization, and mobilization of concerned citizens."[2]

TEACH IN: US AGGRESSION ON CHINA: WHAT CAN WE DO

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December 6 @ 2020 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm. . In the face of growing, bipartisan US aggression on China, misinformation, racist narratives, and warmongering make it difficult to understand the situation clearly. It is the responsibility of all people who hope for a world without war, discrimination, and marginalization to understand the situation and do what we can to make a change. Join us for the second in a two-part teach in to hear from diverse voices from different sectors of society as we consider what actions we can take: What can we as organizers, activists, students, workers, do to push for deescalation and an end to this US-imposed new cold war?

Speakers:

Personnel

Board

The following were members of the board as at March 12, 2010:[3]

Staff

The following were staff members as at March 12, 2010:[4]

External links

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