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Pratrap Chatterjee discusses the drone war.
Jason Kuznicki discusses the reasonableness of radicalism.
David Swanson discusses the war against ISIS and public opinion.
Kevin Carson discusses the Honduran charter cities proposal.
Paul R. Pillar discusses Hilary the hawk.
Laurence M. Vance discusses your home as a safe zone.
Lawrence Davidson discusses the mind of the Israeli prime minister.
Richard Hardigan discusses Israeli demolition of homes in occuipied territory.
Justin Raimondo discusses the Iraq War.
George H. Smith discusses Kant on individual rights and justice.
Michael F. Glennon discusses a book on Obama and the national security state.
Charles Glass discusses a new book on the U.S. war for the Middle East.
Rebecca Gordon discusses torture and those responsible for it.
Dan Sanchez discusses Samantha Power.
Ivan Eland discusses why coddling the Saudi royal family is the wrong approach.
Nicolas J.S. Davies discusses the civilians killed by U.S. forces in Syria and Iraq.
Trevor Timm discusses boots on the ground in Syria.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the teetering of the War on Drugs.
Gareth Porter discusses real Saudi-U.S. issues.
Lucy Steigerwald discusses lazy war and drones.
James Peron discusses the regulatory state as an upward redistributor of wealth.
Ted Galen Carpenter discusses unnecessary alliances with autocratic govts.
Lucy Steigerwald discusses why we need to dump the draft rather than expand it to women.
Nathan Goodman discusses how politics empowers remoreless killers.
George H. Smith discusses Kant on the social contract.
David S. D’Amato discusses a book on eminent domain.
Jordan Michael Smith discusses a new book on the war for the Middle East.
Trevor Timm discusses why Trump will not be good on foreign policy.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the America First movement and interventionism.
Nick Ford discusses Obama’s renewed war in Iraq.
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