The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 141

Franklin Lamb discusses the plight of people from Palestine in Lebanon.

Daniel Larison discusses how being obssessed with American leadership produces faulty foreign policy analysis.

Daniel Larison discusses laudable opposition to the Saudi led war in Yemen.

Charles Davis discusses U.S. airstikes in Syria and civilian dead.

Daniel Larison discusses how Hilary Clinton will be hawkish as president.

Nick Turse discusses the win/loss/draw record of the U.S. military.

Peter Kornbluh discusses the use declassified records as a tool of statecraft by the Obama admin.

Ali Beydoun discusses why Michael Townley should be extradited to Chile.

Ramzy Baroud discusses the last U.N. General Sectarary and Israel-Palestine.

Juan Cole discusses the new U.S. troop presence in Iraq.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses Paul Krugman’s recent attack on libertarianism.

Richard M. Ebeling discusses Aristotle’s ideas on economics.

Sharon Presely discusses how we need anti-authoritartianism in all our relationships.

Adam Bates discusses the lack of due process in gun control proposals by Trump and Clinton.

Kelley Beaucar Vlahos discusses whether torture will return.

Rebecca Vilkomerson discusses Jewish Voices for Peace.

Joseph Stromberg discusses praxeology and hostile action.

Kris Boyd interviews Andrew Cockburn on the U.S. backing of Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen.

Daniel Lazare discusses Hilary Clinton’s new plan to combat ISIS.

Ryan Miller discusses American exceptionalism.

Dan Sanchez discusses Ludwig Von Mises.

Matthew Harwood discusses the dark side of early progressive reformers.

Daniel L. Davis discusses the problems with current U.S. foreign policy.

Robert Fisk discusses the recently deceased Shimon Peres.

Justin Raimondo discusses libertarianism and war.

Shane Ryan discusses the reintroduction of troops into Iraq.

Thomas L. Knapp discusses U.S. military aid to the Thai military regime and torture.

George H. Smith discusses whether we have a moral obligation to makind to be rational.

Jim Naureckas discusses U.S. intervention in Syria and the NYT’s reporting.

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