U.S. Foreign Policy

Lesley Stahl, speaking of US sanctions against Iraq: "We have heard that a half million children have died. I mean, that's more children than died in Hiroshima. And -- and you know, is the price worth it?" Madeline Albright: "I think this is a very hard choice, but the price -- we think the price is worth it." --Madeline Albright, May 12, 1996 statement on "60 Minutes":

U.S. Foreign Policy School of the Americas Watch - Campaign to close the US Army "School of Assassins", based in Fort Benning, Georgia.
A pop quiz on the Middle East -- answers may surprise you
Clinton's foreign policy failure page
Propaganda Propaganda, American-style - by Noam Chomsky
Iraq Iraq Crisis @nonviolence.org
Iraq: Sanctions--The Silent Weapon - Sanctions are war!
America's Misguided Policy of Dual Containment in The Persian Gulf - by Barbara Conry ... Deepening Morass?
The Middle East and The Persian Gulf @The Brookings Institution
  • Our Men in Jakarta By Allan Nairn, the Nation
  • Iran American Foreign Policy and Iran: Time for a change?
    Cuba Close Up Foundation U.S. Policy Toward Cuba
    Pope's Cuba Trip @yahoo
    Pope Calls Economic Embargo "Deplorable" - January 23, 1998  
    Economic embargo USA*ENGAGE - News Clippings: 1998
    US Economic Embargo - America's 'Judeo-Christian Humanitarianism for Starving North Koreans?

    Actually a look at how our nation's former policies towards Nicaragua exemplify our callous and anti-Christian foreign policies in the cold-war and post-cold-war world. American Christians, if they are interested in politics, ought to be up in arms demanding a coherent, declassified, open, humanitarian, forgeign policy. American Policy Towards Nicaragua: An Example of Evil - A Short Essay on Christianity and Foreign Policy - by Steve Herrick

    The CIA has made clandestine collection of intelligence and covert action normal, routine features of U.S. foreign policy. No more certain way to undermine diplomacy and destroy trust between nations can be found. There is a role for an intelligence agency in monitoring threats of nuclear proliferation, terrorism and perhaps narcotics. Instead of concentrating on these threats, the swollen bureaucracy of the CIA has imposed huge numbers of its operatives on U.S. embassies in countries with open societies. In many overseas posts CIA staff outnumber legitimate diplomats. --Shake the CIA Addiction or Call Off the Spies by Robert E. White

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