Bolton’s Syria Conditions Are Designed to Prevent U.S. Withdrawal

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Iraq Rejects Iran Sanctions and US Troop Presence

|Jim Carey, Geopolitics Alert| Iraqi Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al-Hakim laid out the latest step on the path to independence for Baghdad from the US ... Read more »

Greater New Haven Peace Council @Women’s March

Hartford, CT, 2018.01.20

Savvy peace crane donned hat and joined. 

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U.S. Peace Council’s Exclusive Interview with Dr. Bashar Ja’afari, Permanent Representative of the Syrian Arab Republic to the United Nations, andHead of the Syrian Delegation at the Geneva III Negotiations

Date of Interview: February 19, 2016 | New York |

B.A. [USPC]: With sincere thanks for allowing us to have this interview with you despite your extremely busy schedule,... Read more »

Take Action Against Nukes in Middle East! Sign Petition to UN Demanding Nuclear Weapons-Free Zone in the Middle East

“In the name of peace we demand the convening of the postponed Helsinki Conference for a Nuclear Weapons and Weapons of Mass Destruction Free Zone in the Middle... Read more »

Declaration by the Haifa Conference for a Nuclear Weapons and Weapons of Mass Destruction Free Zone in the Middle East

| Monday, 13 January, 2014 |

Frightened by the immediate threat of another catastrophic war in the Middle East, with its resources that underlie the economies of major global powers,... Read more »

“We Must Seize the Moment History is Providing Us”

The following remarks were presented by Alfred Marder to the International Conference for a Nuclear Weapons and Weapons of Mass Destruction-Free Zone in the Middle East, held in Haifa,... Read more »

“Nuclear Involvement Under International Law — Humanitarian Implications of the Use of Nuclear Weapons”

The following remarks were presented by Henry Lowendorf to the International Conference for a Nuclear Weapons and Weapons of Mass Destruction-Free Zone in the Middle East, held in Haifa,... Read more »

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