The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 120

Ron Paul discusses the military draft being extended to women.

Uri Avnery discusses what is necessary for peace to be achieved in Israel-Palestine.

May Jeong discusses the Afghan hospital bombing.

Richard M. Ebeling discusses how he became a libertarian and Austrian economist.

Zaid Jilani and Alex Emmons discusses the boots on the ground in Syria and Iraq.

Stephen Kinzer discusses U.S. policy on Russia.

Dan Sanchez discusses sectarianism and Iraq.

Ivan Eland discusses Trump’s foreign policy views.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses Iraq.

William Rivers Pitt discusses the renewed war in Iraq.

Ron Jacobs discusses the late Daniel Berrigan.

Seymour Hersh discusses Obama’s foreign policy legacy.

George H. Smith discusses Kant on property rights.

Roderick T. Long discusses liberty in Ancient Greece.

Chip Gibbons discusses the role Bill Clinton has played in U.S. aggression against Iraq.

Matt Ford discusses a lawsuit challenging the legality of the war against ISIS.

Robert Koehler discusses the whitewashing of the attack on the hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan.

Adil E. Shamoo discusses the issue of the ethical code of healthcare workers who work with or in the military.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the dinosaur that is NATO (readers should be aware that I don’t embrace his views on the Kennedy assassination)

Joshua Frank discusses the bombing of Afghanistan.

Ramzy Baroud discusses a statue of Mandela erected by Palestine.

Margaret Kimberley discusses Obama and imperialism.

Elizabeth Nolan Brown discusses a dumb occupational licensing scheme.

Jesse Walker discusses Jane Jacobs at 100.

Jacob Sullum discusses the FDA’s new rules on tobacco products.

Nick Ford discusses a book by Scott Crow.

Chris Shaw discusses alternative currencies.

Roderick T. Long discusses left-libertarianism and workplace democracy.

Kevin Carson discusses Reason writing on capitalism.

Logan Glitterbomb discusses Kurdistan and anarchism.

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