Clarity Press

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Addressing the urgent issues of our time

Clarity Press is an American book publisher that was incorporated in Atlanta, Georgia in 1988.

Own words

Clarity Press is committed to international legal standards on justice issues, seeing in international human rights law a unique combination of positive law and universal ideals which serve to promote, guide and legitimise the efforts of individuals, groups, peoples and states worldwide on behalf of political freedom, collective justice, global peace, and human-centred development.

All human beings, irrespective of ethnicity, religion, gender or language, have been endowed with these rights, simply by virtue of having been born human.

Whatever the shortcomings of the United Nations as presently structured, enabling powerful actors to negatively influence UN undertakings, the creation of international human rights treaties merits widespread public recognition as the truly momentous human achievement that it is: the official, legal acceptance by most of the world’s states of a steadily expanding corpus of ethical principles governing their conduct in relation to their citizens, to domestic groups, and to other states.[1]

Ukraine war

On 6 May 2024, Clarity Press posted on X:

"NATO starts deploying troops as Russia races to win. The plan to try and ward off disaster seems to be to fill in gaps in Ukraine’s forces by importing ‘advisors’" by Stephen Bryen.[2]
NATO is starting to deploy combat troops to Ukraine. Soldiers from Poland, France, the UK, Finland and other NATO members are arriving in larger numbers.
Although Russia says there are over 3,100 mercenaries in Ukraine, these newly arriving troops are not mercenaries. They are in uniform, home country proclaimed via insignia. They mostly are concentrated in the western part of the country, although in some cases they are close to the actual fighting in the east.
NATO is putting out the word these are not combat soldiers but are in Ukraine to operate sophisticated western hardware. But if they are firing at the Russians the only proper way to interpret their presence is that they are playing an active part in the shooting war.
More or less this is the same pattern that the US used when it sent “advisors” to Vietnam. In fact, they were US special forces who engaged in combat.
The Biden administration, at least for public consumption, says it opposes sending NATO soldiers to Ukraine. But Biden in truth may be waiting for his reelection before he gives the order for US soldiers to fight in Ukraine. After Biden is reelected, he will have a free hand. The recent passage of the $60 billion air bill for Ukraine signals that US Congress will go along with whatever the Biden administration wants to do “fighting the Russians.”[3]

Clarity authors

Daniel Barnhizer, Ramzy Baroud, Francis A. Boyle, Peter Carter, Richard C. Cook, Edward Curtin, Arnaud Develay, Glenn Diesen, Richard Falk, Robert C. Fellmeth, David Ray Griffin, Claudio Grossman, Diana Johnstone, Daniel Kovalik, Jeremy Kuzmarov, Fadi Lama, Patrick Lawrence, Stephen Lendman, Andrei Martyanov, Graeme MacQueen, Cynthia McKinney, Ilan Pappe, Kees van der Pijl, Chris de Ploeg, Jack Rasmus, Scott Ritter, Paul Craig Roberts, WIlliam L. Robinson, Christian Sorensen, Tamara Starblanket, Eric Walberg, Elizabeth Woodworth, Alfred de Zayas.[4]

Streaming Clarity

Streaming Clarity is an online library of alternative analysis where independent publishers and engaged authors provide deep and substantive insight into urgent domestic and world issues. Read as many books as you want online for a single monthly subscription fee.[5]

International Advisory Board

In 1995, an International Advisory Board of distinguished scholars and activists was established to contribute to the further expansion of the editorial line. Currently, its members are:

  • Dr Heba Raouf Ezzat (Egypt)
  • Dr Jan Nederveen Pieterse (USA)
  • Dr Robert C. Smith (USA)
  • Dr Joseph Wronka (USA)

Submitting manuscripts

All manuscript queries should be submitted by email to: for the attention of Diana G. Collier.

Submissions should include:

  • synopsis
  • author bio
  • annotated Table of Contents
  • special features of ms. and marketing
  • possible endorsers, if known

Please do NOT attach full manuscripts and do NOT send same by snail mail.

NOTE: Clarity Press do review each submission but, due to volume of submissions, will respond only if interested.

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