The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 81

Patrick Cockburn discusses whether ISIS is really on the run or not.

Gareth Porter discusses why Iran will remain an enemy of the U.S. government.

Ray McGovern discusses Obama’s snub of Russia on WW2.

Tom Engelhardt discusses body counts and American warfare.

Avens O’Brien discusses empathy and libertarianism.

Glenn Greenwald discusses IDF soldier testimony about the recent Gaza war.

Eric Margolis discusses how the U.S. learned nothing from Vietnam.

Richard M. Ebeling discusses benefits from free trade.

Neve Gordon discusses the new tactics of the IDF.

Laurence M. Vance discusses whether someone should be proud to be a Republican.

Laurence M. Vance discusses employment and a free society.

Andrew J. Bacevich discusses whether Reagan won the Vietnam War.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses how the Cold War against Cuba changed us.

Michael Gould discusses the new age of counterinsurgency policing.

Ivan Eland discusses how war rarely enhances freedom.

Sheldon Richman discusses Fiorina is not the anti-Hilary.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses paternalism and Cuba.

Coleen Rowley discusses drone warfare and drone assassination.

Joseph R. Stromberg discusses socialist and militarist calculation problems.

Sheldon Richman discusses Clinton vs Bush in 2016.

Cesar Chelala discusses why Germany should pay reparations to Greece.

David S. D’Amato discusses Dora Marsden.

Grant Babcock discusses Rothbard on racial equality and the Civil Rights Movement.

Paul de Rooij discusses Amnesty International’s reporting on the recent Gaza war.

Andrew Levine discusses islamophobia.

Doug Bandow discusses North Korea as evil but not a terrorist state.

Max McNabb discusses the Power Brothers and WW1 draft resistance.

Lucy Steigerwald discusses the future of domestic spying.

Philip Giraldi discusses Obama’s unaccountable drone war.

Daniel Larison discusses the U.S. backed war in Yemen.

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