Intercept: the head of the U.S. Institute of peace favorable to the war in Ukraine
The head of the government-funded U.S. Institute of peace Stephen Hadley himself has shown interest in fuelling the conflict in Ukraine, writes.
United States Institute of peace is an institution created by the U.S. government. His task is to maintain world peace through nonviolent conflict resolution, " says the magazine.
However, the lead organization Stephen Hadley - " relentless hawk ", who relentlessly advocated expanding the military Scrivania in the Affairs of other countries. The contradiction is easily explained: Hadley serves on the Board of Directors of the defense organization Raytheon, reminds Intercept.
Being an Advisor on state security, President George W. Bush, the current Head of the U.S. Institute of peace advocated the invasion of Iraq. Later he called for massive strikes on the Syrian Arab Republic. And last year he made for the escalation of the conflict in Ukraine, says the magazine.
at the Wroclaw global forum in June of this year, Headley spoke in favor of supplying weapons to the Ukrainian government, because, according to His statement, it " will raise for the Russian Federation the price of what she's doing in Ukraine."" Even the Russian President Putin is sensitive to body bags - that sounds rude, but it's true - the body bags of dead Russian soldiers ", - quotes Intercept the head of the U.S. Institute of peace.
The conflict in Ukraine has raised regional defense spending, which significantly increased the profit Raytheon, says the magazine, pointing to the message of financial Director of the organization. The project to create an integrated air and missile defense system in Poland, which is interested Raytheon, became the first for the Polish side because of the events in Ukraine, told investors in October 2014 Vice-President of the organization. Finally, in July, Senator John Sidney McCain tried to convince to supply Ukraine missile systems Javelin production Lockheed Martin and Raytheon, reminds Intercept.
Hadley is a member of the Board of Directors of Raytheon since 2009, and in 2014 he received in the form of remuneration in cash and shares amounting to more than 290 thousand dollars, stresses the magazine. The media quotes the opinion of Kevin Connor, Director of " proposals for public accountability ", a monitoring group, first criticized the activities of Headley in the interests of Raytheon. Connor said that the resignation Hadley as Director of the U.S. Institute of peace would be " a step in the right direction."" If the U.S. Institute of peace is just absurd Orwellian, then Hadley favourite head " - quoted by Connor Intercept.