Meeting on GEORGIA, NATO & THE SPREAD OF WAR

Stop the War Coalition
T: 020 7278 6694
www.stopwar.org.uk

Friends Meeting House (Small Hall) 6.30 pm, Thursday 14 August, 2008

with

MARK ALMOND, lecturer in History, Oxford University and expert on the Caucasus

KATE HUDSON, Chair of Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament

BORIS KAGARLITSKI, former director Institute of Globalisation Studies, Moscow and author of, ‘Empire of the Periphery: Russia and the World System’

JOHN REES, Officer of Stop the War Coalition and author of ‘Imperialism and Resistance’

The outbreak of war in Georgia is already a disaster for the people of the region. It risks being turned into a still broader problem by Dick Cheney’s threats. The conflict is in large measure the product of George Bush’s policy of US global hegemony, in the Caucasus as in the Middle East. Attempts to
extend NATO eastwards, specifically incorporating Georgia, directly challenge Russian interests. Please come to the meeting to discuss this latest flashpoint in an increasingly dangerous world and forward this message to your contacts.

Meeting on GEORGIA, NATO & THE SPREAD OF WAR

Stop the War Coalition
T: 020 7278 6694
www.stopwar.org.uk

Friends Meeting House (Small Hall) 6.30 pm, Thursday 14 August, 2008

with

MARK ALMOND, lecturer in History, Oxford University and expert on the Caucasus

KATE HUDSON, Chair of Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament

BORIS KAGARLITSKI, former director Institute of Globalisation Studies, Moscow and author of, ‘Empire of the Periphery: Russia and the World System’

JOHN REES, Officer of Stop the War Coalition and author of ‘Imperialism and Resistance’

The outbreak of war in Georgia is already a disaster for the people of the region. It risks being turned into a still broader problem by Dick Cheney’s threats. The conflict is in large measure the product of George Bush’s policy of US global hegemony, in the Caucasus as in the Middle East. Attempts to
extend NATO eastwards, specifically incorporating Georgia, directly challenge Russian interests. Please come to the meeting to discuss this latest flashpoint in an increasingly dangerous world and forward this message to your contacts.