Archive for December, 2010

Sign the USPC Petition on Korea

Petition to President Barack Obama and Congress to end the Korean War and Normalize Relations 1. War tensions on the Korean Peninsula have recently escalated over joint United States - South Korea naval maneuvers off the coast of North Korea and China. These "war games" resulted in an exchange of artillery initiated by South Korea to which the North responded leading to known deaths and injuries. A peace treaty ending the Korean War of the 1950's has never been signed between the U.S. and Nor

December 18, 2010 No Comments Full Story

Spiralling out of Control: The Risk of a New Korean War

Spiralling out of Control: The Risk of a New Korean War

By Gregory Elich (Global Research) — An artillery duel between North and South Korean forces on November 23 has set in motion a series of events which threaten to spiral out of control. On November 22, South Korea began its annual military exercise, involving including 70,000 troops, dozens of South Korean and U.S. warships and some 500 aircraft. The following day, South Korean  artillery stationed on Yeonpyeong Island began a live ammunition drill, firing shells into the surroundin

December 10, 2010 No Comments Full Story

WARMONGERING IN THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE COMMITTEE

By Manuel E. Yepe — Since 2009, the Nobel Peace Prize Committee has been promoting the militaristic strategic agenda of its Chairman, Thorbjoem Jagland, of Norway, which explains its most recent proclamations. This is what Yoichi Shimatsu, a Japanese specialist on renewable energy, says in an article that the pacifist organization Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space has circulated.  Shimatsu usually writes in European business publications and has been Editor of the

December 10, 2010 No Comments Full Story

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