Michael Swanson discusses a book on Allen Dulles ~ I don’t agree with the JFK conspiracy stuff in it.
Andrew J. Bacevich discusses the kill em all solution to terrorism.
Jonathan Marshall discusses Afghanistan as President Obama’s Vietnam.
Tom Engelhardt discusses the future.
Rhania Khalek discusses neocons for Hilary.
Thaddeus Russell discuses the dangerous and coherent foreign policy vision of Hilary Clinton.
Ted Galen Carpenter discusses the terminal illness of the NATO alliance.
Marjorie Cohn discusses how killing with robots increases police militarization.
Robert Fisk discusses the hypocrisies of terror talk.
David Swanson discusses warmongering by both the Democratic and Republican parties.
Eugene Schulman discusses a book on the Israel-Palestine conflict.
Ivan Eland discusses why police and military shouldn’t trade roles in a republic.
Michael Smith discusses the secret U.S.-UK air war against Iraq.
David Bromwich discusses the pushing of a new Cold War by American hawks as an election strategy.
David S. D’Amato discusses corporate welfare and the mercantile system.
Conor Friedersdorf discusses the building up of the national security and the associated dangers.
Anthony Walker discusses the U.S. war in Afghanistan.
William D. Hartung discusses the arms industry and U.S. govt pushing of it.
Bonnie Kristian discusses ending giving presidents a blank check to go to war.
Richard M. Ebeling discusses a non-statist foreign policy approach.
Stephen Zunes discusses the hawkish character of the new Democratic Party platform.
James W. Carden discusses the fear of Hilary’s foreign policy.
Natasha Roth discusses the demolition of Palestinian homes.
Jonathan Marshall discusses the history of coups in Greece and Italy that may have involved U.S. support.
Charles Pena discusses radical Islam and U.S. foreign policy.
Gareth Porter discusses Hilary Clinton and hawkishness.
Sarah Lazare discusses the DNC and Muslim-Americans.
Vijay Prashad discusses the Iraq War.
Uri Avnery discusses Donald Trump and the Middle East.
Glenn Greenwald discusses the upcoming aid package for Israel.
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