The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 124

Doug Bandow discusses whether China is really a threat to the U.S.

Paul Street discusses the atomic bombings of Japan.

Gloria Jimenez discusses USAID complicity in a Honduran assassination.

Laurence M. Vance discusses why he doesn’t appreciate the military.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses open borders and libertarianism.

Dan Sanchez discusses the sociology of war.

Ivan Eland discusses what we can learn from Memorial Day.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses why we shouldn’t thank the troops for our freedom.

Ramzy Baroud discusses Israeli politics.

Uri Avnery discusses Netanyahu.

Uri Avnery discusses Israeli politics and centrism.

Kathy Kelly discusses building trust in Afghanistan.

Andrew J. Bacevich discusses the war in the Middle East.

Lucy Steigerwald discusses Doug French and soldiers.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the Scholl siblings and patriotism.

Roderick Track Long discusses the arguments of the Sophists in Ancient Greece.

Sumantra Maitra discusses the Libyan intervention.

Jeremy Scahill discusses a U.S. investigation into a raid in Afghanistan.

Gary G. Kohls and S Brian Wilson discuss Memorial Day.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses NATO as a Cold War dinosaur.

Justin Yun discusses U.S. imperialism and expansion into Africa.

Philip Giraldi discusses the American drone war.

Uri Avnery discusses Israeli politics.

Diana Johnstone discusses Hilary Clinton as the candidate of the war party.

Joshua Frank discusses the crisis in Syria.

Andrew Levine discusses the Israel lobby and damage to it.

Robert Fantina discusses gorillas and Palestine.

Jeffrey Tucker discusses the GOP implosion and rebirth of classical liberalism.

Kevin Carson discusses why soldiers don’t give us freedom.

Tom Mullen discusses Muhammad Ali’s stance on the draft.

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