ICH Headlines 8 July 2017

8 July 2017 — Information Clearing House

Putin And Trump Stage-manage A Win-win Meeting

By Pepe Escobar

With a ceasefire in southwestern Syria in the works, meeting proves diplomacy beats demonization.

The First Putin-Trump Meeting Yields… Something Very Close To Nothing

By The Saker

Here is what “nothing” looks in diplomatic language.

Putin: We Can Restore Relations With US


The Donald Trump seen on television is different from the one in real life, Putin said.

MSM, Still Living in Propaganda-ville

By Robert Parry

U.S. mainstream media insisted on the most extreme anti-Russian propaganda line.

The Stink Without a Secret

By Craig Murray

Not one single scrap of solid evidence for Trump/Russia election hacking has emerged.

End The Korean War

By Eric Margolis

Estimates of the cost of a US invasion of North Korea have run as high as 250,000 US casualties.

Iraq: Will Tony Blair Finally Stand Trial for His Part in the “Supreme International Crime”?

By Felicity Arbuthnot

It is ten years nearly to the day since Blair left Downing Street, left Iraq bathed in blood and tears and walked off to make £millions.

America’s Embarrassment

By Margaret Kimberley

The U.S. ranks near the bottom when compared to other “developed” nations in any measure of how it treats its people.

Are We Tired of ‘Winning’ Yet?

By Jill Richardson

Americans won’t win unless their leaders’ goal is to help the American people instead of only helping themselves.