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Tom Engelhardt discusses 14 years on from 9-11.
Sheldon Richman discusses the Kim Davis issue.
Nick Turse with additional reporting from Gabriel Karon discusses U.S. military policy in Africa.
Lucy Steigerwald discusses 9-11 and blowback.
Conor Friedersdorf discusses Hilary Clinton’s foreign policy.
Kevin Carson discusses peace through strength and other lies.
Chad Nelson discusses how Obama’s legacy will not be one of peace.
David R. Henderson discusses why the return of conscription won’t substantially reduce the probability of war.
Michael Bassett discusses the weaponization of human rights in the context of the Korean situation.
Patrick Cockburn discusses drone executions as a mark of tyranny.
Stephen Kinzer discusses the war against ISIS and staying out of it.
Todd E. Pierce discusses how U.S. war theories target dissenters.
Jonathan Cook discusses Israel.
Jacob Sullum discusses a call to bring back the War on Drugs.
George H. Smith discusses the traditional Christian take on private property.
Dan Sanchez discusses why peace can’t be achieved through politics.
Michael Swanson discusses a book about militarism.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses bringing Cold War murderers to justice.
David Boaz discusses Rand Paul.
Franklin Lamb discusses the situation in Lebanon.
Ramzy Baroud discusses Palestine and refugee crises.
Ajamu Baraka discusses the Yemen tragedy and the ongoing crisis of the left in the U.S.
David Swanson discusses Bernie Sander’s position on Saudi Arabia.
Thomas Mountain discusses blaming Africans for Western crimes.
Fred Kaplan discusses the GOP debate and foreign policy.
Dan Sanchez discusses Obama’s drone war.
Matt Peppe discusses U.S. relations with Cuba.
Nick Gillespie discusses Rand Paul’s performance in a recent GOP debate.
Cory Massimino discusses the Constitution.
Michael Swanson discusses empire, security, and the war state.
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