German activist Reiner Braun, a noted representative of Germany’s peace movement since 1982, has serious concerns about NATO as it pursues so-called "out of area" operations. Wednesday on Worldview Braun shares his vision for a world without the treaty organizaion.
The Chicago Police Department will be getting a hand from out-of-state officers during the upcoming NATO summit, which is expected to draw protesters to the city.Department spokeswoman Melissa Stratton says officers from Milwaukee, Philadelphia and Charlotte-Mecklenburg, N.C., will be in Chicago to
Chicagoans will have to endure major downtown road blocks, travel restrictions and museum closures when the NATO summit comes to town later this month, federal and city officials announced Friday afternoon.
The Illinois Department of Corrections says it won't reopen a shuttered prison in suburban Chicago to house protesters arrested during this month's NATO summit.Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart floated that idea in recent days as he prepares for the possibility of a large number of arrests.