The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 168

Mattathias Schwartz discusses the use of the phrase “Islamic terrorism” by Trump in a recent speech in the Muslim world.

Ted Galen Carpenter discusses the U.S. alliance with Saudi Arabia.

Medea Benjamin discusses why no Saudis came out to protest Trump’s visit.

Rannie Amiri discusses the Saudi siege of a town.

Patrick Cockburn discusses why ending the wars will help end terrorism.

Mattathias Schwartz discusses a DEA shooting of innocents in Honduras.

Kim Robinson discusses a book on U.S. conduct in Asia.

Phillip Parrish discusses Saudi Arabia and the U.S. alliance with it.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses how government agents or officials get away with lying.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses U.S. interventionism and blowback.

Radley Balko discusses a new bill that will make it virtually impossible to sue the cops.

Doug Bandow discusses why pulling back from NATO is a good idea.

Bruce Fein discusses why the U.S. should pull out of Somalia.

George H. Smith discusses the temperance movement in the U.S.

Iona Craig discusses a recent U.S. military raid in Yemen and the civilian dead from it.

Peter Maass discusses Donald Trump and leaks by government officials.

Lucy Steigerwald discusses two different responses to terrorism.

Sheldon Richman discusses the Israel-Palestine conflict.

Samuel Oakford discusses civilian deaths in the U.S. led bombing campaign against ISIS in Iraq and Syria.

Thomas Knapp discusses Memorial Day.

Thomas Powell discusses the U.S. use of biological weapons during the Korean War.

Ralph Nader discusses the left/right challenge to the War on Drugs.

Anthony Papa discusses a victim of the War on Drugs’s pending release from prison.

Uri Avnery discusses Trump’s recent visit to Israel.

James Bovard discusses the FBI.

Eric Schuler discusses Trump’s recent speech in Saudi Arabia.

Vijay Prashad discusses the U.S. war in Afghanistan.

Robert Fisk discusses a Muslim leader of honor.

Patrick Cockburn discusses how to prevent future terrorism in the U.K.

M. Reza Behnam discusses rethinking Iran’s terrorism designation.

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