It is scarcely hyperbole to say that the world is closer to a great power war – even a nuclear one – than it has been for sixty years. Already, in just two months, the conflict initiated by the Russian invasion of Ukraine has escalated from a localised act of aggression into a full-blown proxy war between NATO and Russia.
NATO leaders recognise that Russia has not done anywhere near as well as expected in the first phase of the war, losing troops, weaponry and failing to gain the rapid advances that it initially expected. In the latest phase concentrated in the Donbas region and in the south, supply of weapons and training of troops by NATO are seen as crucial.

IRISH ANTI WAR MOVEMENT (IAWM) PRESS RELEASE 27 APRIL 2022

  • SOLIDARITY WITH THE 'SHANNON TWO' US WAR VETERANS FOR PEACE
  • RESPECT IRISH NEUTRALITY
  • CLOSE THE SHANNON WAR PORT

Shannon Two