The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 165

Patrick Cockburn discusses how ending the wars started by the U.S. is an imperative.

Blaine Harden discusses American atrocities and war crimes committed by the U.S. during the Korean War.

Alex Emmons discusses the situation in Syria.

Doug Bandow discusses why the idea of the U.S. as world policeman is a bad one.

Radley Balko discusses the War on Drugs.

Chris Ernesto discusses the children killed by U.S. military action under Trump.

Sam Husseini discusses thw similiarties between Trump and Obama.

Nicolas J. S. Davies discusses the War on Terror and U.S. double standards in foreign policy.

Robert Mackey discusses the bombing of a mosque.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the War on Drugs.

Mehdi Hasan discusses discusses the conflict in Syria.

Phyllis Bennis discusses the lack of strategy in Trump’s foreign policy.

Lisa Goldman discusses the hypocrisy of the New York Times.

Danny Sjursen discusses the way to lose in the Middle East.

Jim Lobe discusses the influence of neoconservatism on the Trump admin.

Seelai Popal, discusses the war in Afghanistan.

Jonathan Cook discusses Israel the occupier.

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

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the fear racket.

Lucy Steigerwald discusses the call to bring back mandatory national service of some kind.

George H. Smith discusses Lysander Spooner and Gerrit Smith.

Sheldon Richman discusses the ability of the state to grant favors and conflicts of interest.

Thomas Knapp discusses Wikileaks vs Trump’s CIA director.

Ryan Devereaux discusses plans to target immigrant parents for arrest and imprisonment.

Cora Currier discusses the border industry expo.

Uri Avnery discusses Palestinian hunger strikers.

Jared Labell discusses Tax Freedom Day 2017.

James J. Zogby discusses a Palestinian hunger strike.

John Glaser discusses pretisge and status as factors driving Trump’s foreign policy decisions.

Jim Lobe discusses Steve Bannon and Le Pen.

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