“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 »

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... Read more »

World Peace Council Solidarity Conference Takes Place in Dominican Republic in April

| By Tom Whitney |

The U.S. Peace Council is alerting U.S. anti-imperialist activists to think about attending the Sixth Continental Conference for Peace which is... 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... Read more »

USPC Letter to Obama and Congress: Support the UN Conference for a Middle East Free of Nuclear Weapons and Weapons of Mass Destruction!

The threat of war has been extended to Spring! Threatening to bomb Iran by Israel is a violation of International Law and the Charter of the United Nations. We demand that... Read more »

USPC Greets the Veterans for Peace 27th Annual Convention with Message of Solidarity

August 6, 2012

To President Leah Bolger:

The members of the US Peace Council send their warmest greetings of solidarity to our
Comrades and friends of  Veterans for Peace.

You exemplify the... Read more »

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