The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 143

Daniel Larison discusses the U.S. backed Saudi war in Yemen.

Daniel Larison discusses questions should that have been asked at the second presidential debate.

Daniel Larison discusses the missing media coverage of the U.S. backed Saudi war in Yemen.

Daniel Larison discusses U.S. excuses for Saudi war crimes in Yemen.

Daniel Larison discusses reckless U.S. interventionism in the Yemen.

Daniel Larison discusses a misleading Wall Street Journal editorial.

Jordan Michael Smith discusses a book on U.S. dominance in the world.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the similiarity between the Russian national security state and the U.S. one.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the libertarian position on U.S. interventionism.

Howard Lisnoff discusses the U.S. war in Afghanistan.

Ramzy Baroud discusses the Israeli govt’s response to threats to it.

Yves Engler discusses the alleged Israel obssession of the left.

Ryan J. Suto discusses the importance of mental health treatment for making progress in the Arab world.

Maya Schenwar discusses the War on Drugs.

Ryan Conard discusses why he is an anarchist who votes.

Nicolas J S Davies discusses the American warfare state.

Mitchell Plitnick discusses the Israel-Palestine issue.

Edward Hunt discusses the U.S. war in Afghanistan.

George H. Smith discusses whether beliefs can be moral or immoral.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses potential blowback from U.S. intervention in Yemen.

Uri Avnery discusses the 1973 Yom Kippur Arab-Israeli war and Henry Kissinger.

Robert Koehler discusses nuclear weapons and their possible abolition.

Rami G Khouri discusses the cost of war.

Ted Galen Carpenter discusses Russian concerns over NATO expansion.

Dalal Erakat discusses her family and children from Palestine.

David Gordon discusses a book debating gun control.

Daniel Larison discusses why increasing support for the Saudi war in Yemen is insane.

Sheldon Richman discusses Trump as a hawk.

Daniel Larison discusses the recent strikes by the Pentagon in Syria.

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