The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 133

Daniel Mccarthy discusses a book on war for the Greater Middle East.

Stephen Kinzer discusses two books critical of American foreign policy.

Sheldon Richman discusses Trump’s miconceptions about NATO.

Trevir Timm discusses the renewed U.S. bombing of Libya.

Alex Emmons discusses the new military campaign against ISIS in Libya.

Ted Rall discusses Khizr Khan and the triump of Democratic Party militartism.

Nick Turse discusses U.S. policy in Africa.

Charles Davis discusses why Donald Trump is no peacenik.

Anthony Gregory discusses the bipartisan surveilliance state.

Peter Certo discusses the sacrifice Khan shouldn’t have had to make.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the unconstitutionality of the 2003 war on Iraq.

Jacob G. Horneberger discusses how Capitan Khan died for theocracy in Iraq.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses how Captain Khan didn’t die for his country.

David D. S’Amato discusses a book on the bourgeious era.

Laurence M. Vance discusses prohibitionism as alive and well.

Matthew Harwood discusses a book on U.S. military bases.

Howard Lisnoff discusses the war that won’t go away.

Ramzy Baroud discusses the DNC’s attitude towards Muslims.

Lucy Steigerwald discusses nationalism and soldier worship as bipartisan.

Robert Hennelly discusses Obama, Clinton, and perpetual war.

Nick Ford discusses Chelsea Manning and the state.

Daniel Larison discusses the false view that the U.S. govt has withdrawn from the world.

George H. Smith discusses the is-ought distinction in ethics and David Hume.

Andrew J. Bacevich discusses the Afghan war and the presidential campaigns.

Diana Johnstone discusses the atomic bombings of Japan.

Radley Balko discusses U.S. aid to countries in the name of the War on Drugs.

Lawrence Davidson discusses the declassfied 28 pages on potential Saudi involvement in 9-11.

Yves Engler discusses the Jewish National Fund and Canadian politics.

Doug Bandow discusses the U.S. protection of Taiwan.

A. Barton Hinkle discusses licensure and the problems with it.

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