The second part of Richard Ebeling’s discussion of individual self-determination vs Russian or Ukrainian or Russian nationalism.
Andrew J. Bacevich reviews The Education of an Anti-Imperialist: Robert La Follette and U.S. Expansionism.
Justin Raimondo compares the American invasion of Afghanistan with the Russian invasion of Crimea.
Philip Giraldi discusses Gareth Porter’s new book titled Manufactured Crisis: the Untold Story of the Iran Nuclear Scare.
Tariq Ali discusses how Putin became bad.
Alexander Reid Ross discusses the national anarchists.
Patrick Cockburn discusses cracks in the House of Saud.
Chris Hedges discusses fighting against the militarized state.
Paul H. Rosenberg interviews Russ Bellant on American ties to Ukrainian Nazis.
Kevin Carson discusses how not to respond to charges of hypocrisy.
Kelly Vlahos interviews Gareth Porter on Iran’s alleged nuclear weapons program.
John Glaser discusses trusting the government in light of the NSA spying scandal.
The NACLA discusses the 1964 military coup in Brazil and the subsequent military dictatorship.
Dylan Deltika discusses privilege and freed markets.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses why the U.S. government should not intervene in Venezuela.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses why military tribunals are un-American.
David Swanson discusses the 15 year murder spree of NATO.
Sheldon Richman discusses thick libertarianism.
Kevin Carson discusses self-governance.
Uri Avnery discusses how the Adelsons and Olmerts corrupt democracy.
Tanya Golash-Boza discusses deportations under Obama.
Jose Martinez discusses the Fort Hood shootings as blowback.
Cesar Chelala discusses the case for Donald Rumsfeld’s prosecution.
Nozomi Hayase discusses the conscience of Chelsea Manning.
Chris Hedges reviews The Corpse Exhibition: And Other Stories of Iraq.
W.J. Astore discusses the hubris of U.S. foreign policy.
Medea Benjamin and Kate Chandley discuss the downward spiral of killer U.S. drones.
L. Neil Smith discusses “Adam Weinstein”.
Michael Adams defeats Evgeny Bareev.