Dogs of War Howl for Blood in Iran While Americans Cheer US Bombers on July 4th

President Trump’s order to the Pentagon to have an aerial parade of military aircraft over Washington, DC on July 4 provided a history lesson of America’s war mongering in the past two decades, and a terrifying view of what might appear in the skies of Iran if John Bolton gets his way. The combat aircraft … Continue reading “Dogs of War Howl for Blood in Iran While Americans Cheer US Bombers on July 4th”

Iran Foreign Minister Javad Zarif Resigns Hours After Meeting With US Peace Delegation

We are deeply saddened by the resignation of Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif on Monday afternoon, which occurred just hours after he met with our 28-person American peace delegation led by CODEPINK: Women for Peace. Zarif talked at length about how dissatisfied the Iranian people had become with the Iran nuclear agreement, and the pressure … Continue reading “Iran Foreign Minister Javad Zarif Resigns Hours After Meeting With US Peace Delegation”

North Korean Leadership May Be Ruthless and Reckless, But They Are Not Crazy

Despite the rhetoric from the Trump administration about military confrontation with North Korea, the common theme of many U.S. experts on North Korea is that the US presidential administration MUST conduct a dialogue with North Korea – and quickly! Military confrontation is NOT an option according to the experts. And most importantly, the new President … Continue reading “North Korean Leadership May Be Ruthless and Reckless, But They Are Not Crazy”

America’s Ready Supply of Enemies

Enemies of the United States come and go, but the longer they espouse revolutionary ideals and thus defy the United States, the longer they stay enemies. Eventually, U.S. officials try other strategies, such as engagement, to undermine or win over these adversaries. Currently, the US does not recognize/have diplomatic relations with only three countries – … Continue reading “America’s Ready Supply of Enemies”