US Still Leery of Peace with Justice in Colombia

By W. T. Whitney Jr. | May 22, 2013 |

Asked recently by a Mexican interviewer to justify U.S. involvement in Venezuelan affairs, President Barack Obama suggested Venezuela should be heading “toward democracy,... Read more »

USPC Statement in Support of the People of Venezuela and Their Choice of President

The U.S. Peace Council (USPC), affiliated with the World Peace Council, condemns violence and murder at the hands of vanquished opponents of recently elected Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. Defeated presidential candidate Henrique... Read more »

The Peace Movement’s Silence in the Face of Imperialistic Military Escalations in the Middle East and Africa is Unjustified and Unacceptable!

| U.S. Peace Council — March 20, 2013|

On Monday February 25th, the U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, announced that the United States would be directly providing the so-called... Read more »

Four More Years: Militarizing Latin America

Conn M. Hallinan /Read more »

US and Israel Launch Joint Military Exercise

aljazeera.com
October 21, 2012.

Some 3,500 US troops and 1,000 Israeli soldiers have begun a joint military drill, an Israeli military spokeswoman has said.

“Austere Challenge 12 is the largest aerial defence exercise to... Read more »

US-Led Attack Kills 4 Children in Eastern Afghanistan

At least four Afghan children have been killed in an attack carried out by US-led forces in Afghanistan’s eastern province of Logar, Press TV reports.

According to local sources,... Read more »

Horrors of war: US, UK munitions ‘cause birth defects in Iraq’

RT.com
October 14, 2012.

US and UK weapons ammunition were linked to heart defects, brain dysfunctions and malformed limbs, according to a recent study. The report revealed a shocking rise in birth... Read more »

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