Kathy Gilsinan interviews Rosa Brooks.
Gauri Reddy discusses Chelsea Manning and the politics of whistleblowing.
Richard Hardigan discusses the brutality of the Israeli occupation.
Brian Cloughley discusses the NATO-U.S. war in Afghanistan.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the military base dole.
Daniel Larison discusses the continued sale of U.S. arms to Saudi Arabia and its war in Yemen.
David Cole discusses reviews four books on drone warfare.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses what Trump’s recent comment on Gitmo exposes about the prison in Cuba.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the flaunting of the international court ruling on Nicaragua by the U.S. govt.
Nicolas J S Davies discusses U.S. foreign policy and the normalization of deviance.
Ivan Eland discusses Turkey and Russia becoming closer.
Alex Emmons discusses ideological tests for entry into the U.S.A.
Uri Avnery discusses the tension about Israeli and Jewish identity.
Joshua Frank discusses Richard Holbrooke and U.S. foreign policy.
George H. Smith discusses moral sense theory and Francis Hutcheson.
Lucy Steigerwald discusses the urge to fix Syria and indifference to Yemen.
Ted Galen Carpenter discusses the likelihood of a U.S. clash with Russia under Hilary Clinton.
Rebecca Gordon discusses the national security state and Trump.
Paul Pillar discusses bad approaches to analazying foreign policy.
Doug Bandow discusses why democracy cannot be imposed at the point of a gun.
Brian Cloughley discusses Hilary Clinton and war.
Conn Hallian discusses tensions between the U.S. and China.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the Cuban embargo.
Jeremy Varon discusses a book on post-911 war crimes.
Jim Lobe discusses how neocons helped create Trump.
James W. Carden discusses why humanitartian war is the Clinton family business.
Jared Labell discusses a book on war.
Todd Miller discusses the border measures that already exist.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the similiarities between the U.S. national security state and state communist national security states.
Doug Bandow discusses U.S. policy towards North Korea.
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