Selected Articles: “America’s Permanent War State”. 239 Years of Military Conflict.

endless_war-1024x546The 239 Year Timeline Of America’s Involvement in Military Conflict

By Isaac Davis, December 20, 2015

Pick any year since 1776 and there is about a 91% chance that America was involved in some war during that calendar year.

ProjectCensored20152015: Reviewing the Most Important and the Most Censored Stories of the Year

By Michael Welch, Prof. James Petras, Andy Lee Roth, and John Schertow, December 20, 2015

 On this week’s Global Research News Hour, the last regular program of 2015, we go over some of the major under-reported stories of the year.

Obama-Eyes-SyriaNeocons Object to Syrian Democracy

By Robert Parry, December 20 2015

President Obama has infuriated Official Washington’s neocons by accepting the Russian stance that the Syrian people should select their own future leaders through free elections, rather than the neocon insistence on a foreign-imposed “regime change,” reports Robert Parry.

VIDEO: Money for Nothing: US Military Defense Industry Shows VulnerabilitiesAmerica’s Permanent War State: Money is Raining Down on the US Military Complex

By Binoy Kampmark, December 20 2015

The funding to continue the war against ISIL is an authorization of force against ISIL, albeit a quiet one, designed not to attract public attention.

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe yesterday in Tokyo expressed their “strong opposition” to China’s actions in the South China Sea and their “strong support” for the US military build-up or “rebalance” throughout the Indo-Pacific region.

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