Make War, Not Peace: Frightening US Policy on Ukraine

BY: Medea Benjamin & Nicolas J.S. Davies

China, with Iraq's help, resolved the conflict between Iran and Saudi Arabia, while the US couldn't due to its alliance with Saudi Arabia.

Parsi used Albright's term "indispensable nation" in his article, which referred to war-making rather than peacemaking.

Albright toured to gain support for Clinton's plan to bomb Iraq but faced opposition, leading to a Today Show appearance.

Albright claimed America is the "indispensable nation" and its military is ready to sacrifice for freedom, democracy and the American way of life.

Albright's disregard for American troops' sacrifices caused trouble when she asked Colin Powell about the use of the military.

Powell eventually complied with the neocons and presented fabricated evidence to justify the illegal invasion of Iraq.

US administration's exceptionalist rhetoric supports one side in conflicts, making it impossible to be an impartial mediator.

US joined Saudi-led alliance in Yemen war, committed war crimes, and gave blank check for Israeli aggression against Palestinians.