On May 4, the anniversary of the Kent State killings, GPAX presented a webinar relating the experience of the Vietnam war to the contemporary struggles against U.S. wars. Speakers addressed the domestic turmoil of the Vietnam era; the human and ecological damage inflicted on Vietnam; and the U.S. government’s manipulation of public opinion. There was also a tribute to Daniel Ellsberg, the leaker of the Pentagon Papers, who has been diagnosed with terminal cancer.
This GPAX presentation at the GP 2022 Annual Meeting examines the structure of the U.S. militarism complex (a.k.a. The Blob). The presentation covers the history of the Blob; its component parts; options for combating it; and its future prospects.
This GPAX presentation at the GP annual meeting (8/11/2021) covered a new generation of high-tech armaments, including space-weapons, autonomous weapons, and cyber-weapons. In the absence of effective arms control measures, these weapons pose serious threats to world peace.
GPAX assembled a panel to discuss continuing warfare, overt and covert, in the early months of the Biden administration. Speakers addressed U.S. involvement in armed conflict, the Cold War against China, economic warfare, and Cyber-war. The presentation took place on 6/9/2021.
GPAX presentation at the 2020 GP annual meeting (7/9/2020) describes the dangers of the U.S. revival of the nuclear arms race.