ICH Headlines 21 June 2017

21 June 2017 — Information Clearing House 

The US Escalation in Syria and the Threat of World War

By Bill Van Auken

Democrats have endorsed every new act of military escalation in Syria.

The US Seems Keener To Strike At Assad Than It Does To Destroy Isis

By Robert Fisk

That would be following Saudi Arabia’s policy.

US Gov’t Proves Loyalty To ISIS As Bill To ‘Stop Arming Terrorists’ Gets Only 13 Supporters

By Matt Agorist

The bill shows is that the federal government is addicted to funding terror.

Destabilizing the Middle East (Yet More)

By William D. Hartung

The Saudi Regime Is Playing Donald Trump With Potentially Disastrous Consequences.

Saudi Hijinks, US Policy Stinks

By Finian Cunningham

The king’s favorite son jumping the succession queue in what some observers have called a “soft coup”

Saudi Arabia, Israel to Establish Economic Relations for First Time: The Times

By Geo Politics

Forming economic connections could begin by allowing Israeli companies to open shops in the Arab kingdom.

Israel Versus the UN – The Nikki Haley Doctrine

By Ramzy Baroud

Haley, the US ambassador to the UN, seems to be championing a single cause: Israel.

U.S. Illegally At War For a Long Time Now

By US Senator Rand Paul

The current wars the US is leading are “illegal”

Thank You for Your Killing

By Jacob G. Hornberger

Killing people. That’s what U.S. soldiers have been doing in Iraq since 1990 and in Afghanistan since 2001.

N. Korea Is Open To Moratorium On Nuclear, Missile Tests

By Yonhap News Agency

North Korea views it’s nuclear weapons program as a deterrent against Washington’s hostile policy against it.

Our President’s Word Wars

By Olivia Alperstein

Instead of “America First,” we really need “Diplomacy First.”

Must Watch: Security…or Surveillance? The Edward Snowden Interview

By Ron Paul

Former intelligence analyst turned whistleblower Edward Snowden tells all.

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