The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 72

Robert Parry discusses risking nuclear war for the sake of Ukraine.

Thomas Harrington discusses the aftermath of the Kosovo intervention.

Eric Margolis discusses the Hitler path.

Ajamu Nangwaya discusses the struggle for liberation in Haiti.

Ron Jacobs discusses an assassination carried out by Pinochet’s forces.

Andrew Levine discusses Obama and potential war with Russia.

Gene Healy discusses a book on the national security state.

Patrick Cockburn discusses the coming attack on Mosul.

Dan Sanchez discusses war, terror, and the ethics of execution.

Gilbert Mercier discusses the U.S.military and NATO sustained empire.

Anthony Gregory reviews a libertarian book on the Civil War.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses U.S. policy towards Venezuela.

Medea Benjamin discusses 10 reasons to cheer AIPAC’S demise.

Ivan Eland discusses how the U.S. government makes the problem of terrorism worse.

Tom Engelhardt discusses his war on terror.

Laurence M. Vance discusses Heritage Foundation conservative proposals.

Sheldon Richman discusses Netanyahu’s potential war on Iran.

Brian Wilson discusses the fallacy of limited government.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the drug war and a bigger police state.

Sheldon Richman discusses the War of 1812 and statism.

Uri Avnery discusses Bibi’s speech to Congress.

Connor Kilpatrick interviews Marie Gottschalk on the prison state.

Andrew Cockburn discusses a drone strike that murdered innocent civilians.

Wendy McElroy discusses rights, morality, and the state.

Gareth Porter discusses the alleged Iranian threat to Israel.

Arnold Oliver discusses the U.S. backed 1950’s coup in Iran.

Jack Perry discusses the logic behind U.S. wars.

Stanton Peele discusses drug addiction and its causes.

Lucy Steigerwald discusses ISIS, art, and barbarism.

Nelson Hultberg discusses Ayn Rand and Murray Rothbard.

Anarchy and Democracy
Fighting Fascism
Markets Not Capitalism
The Anatomy of Escape
Organization Theory