The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 122

Peter Van Buren discusses U.S. foreign policy.

Roderick T. Long discusses Ancient Greece and liberty.

Stephen Kinzer discusses the Iran nuclear deal and the forces working to derail it.

Shay Lafontaine discusses NATO and the humanitarian disemberment of Yugoslavia.

Dan Sanchez discusses superhero movies and post-9/11 themes.

Ivan Eland discusses U.S. foreign policy.

Binoy Kampmark discusses the late Michael Ratner.

Trevor Timm discusses Obama’s foreign policy and war record.

Gregory D. Foster discusses the rising use of special operation forces.

A. Trevor Thrall discusses the potential foreign policy disaster of a Hilary Clinton presidency.

James Bovard discusses the corruption of the U.S. govt.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses why open borders is the only libertarian position.

Ben White discusses Israeli politics.

Paul R. Pillar discusses Israeli politics.

Daniel L. Davis discusses a neoconservative plan that will harm American interests.

Chas W. Freeman discusses U.S. policy in the Middle East.

Vacy Vlazna discusses a book on Palestine.

Juan Cole discusses whether Iran can sue the U.S. for its past crimes against it.

Benjmain W. Powell discusses abolishing the TSA.

George H. Smith discusses Kant’s view of government.

Dan Sanchez discusses why one shouldn’t join the military.

Ivan Eland discusses what the U.S. should do in terms of Middle Eastern policy.

Patrick L. Smith interviews Andrew Bavevich.

The second part of Patrick L. Smith’s interview with Andrew Bavevich.

Kathy Gilsinan discusses the drone war crossing a new line.

Jonathan Cook discusses the rise of the far right and religious right in Israel.

Uri Avnery discusses the parallels between 1930s Germany and present day Israel.

Thomas L. Knapp discusses remembering the victims of democide.

Lucy Steigerwald discusses whether Clinton voters care about war or not.

Roderick T. Long discusses the Sophists of Ancient Greece.

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