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Iran: Dovere Tuo, Non Mio
Di Mila Ghorayeb. Originale pubblicato il 3 giugno 2019 con il titolo Iran: Compliance for Thee, but Not for Me. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. L’obiettivo degli Stati Uniti dopo l’undici settembre 2001 non era solo il rovesciamento del governo iracheno. Nel piano del segretario alla difesa, Donald Rumsfeld, rientravano sette paesi: Iraq, Siria, Libano, Libia,…
Iran: Compliance for Thee, but Not for Me
After 9/11, the United States did not only aim to overthrow the government of Iraq. Its Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld, sought to overthrow the governments of seven countries: Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and finally — Iran. Predictably, these are countries whose governments were not on ideal terms with the United States, Saudi…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 133
Daniel Mccarthy discusses a book on war for the Greater Middle East. Stephen Kinzer discusses two books critical of American foreign policy. Sheldon Richman discusses Trump’s miconceptions about NATO. Trevir Timm discusses the renewed U.S. bombing of Libya. Alex Emmons discusses the new military campaign against ISIS in Libya. Ted Rall discusses Khizr Khan and…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 128
Ramzy Baroud discusses the U.K. leaving the EU and the impact on Israel. Aniqa Raihan discusses Senator Jack Reed and cluster bomb related legislation. Doug Bandow discusses why the U.S. should stay out of Syria’s conflict. Reed Peeples discusses a book on Obama and drones. Phyllis Bennis discusses why war is failing to deal with…
How Clinton Encouraged Obama’s Biggest Blunder
Barack Obama recently said that his biggest blunder was “failing to plan for the day after” his intervention in Libya. While he defended the intervention itself, the president cannot deny that his reckless war has had disastrous consequences, including a growing ISIS presence in Libya. Hillary Clinton eagerly pressured the president to overthrow Moammar Gaddafi….
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 117
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the blindness of conservatives. Doug Bandow discusses Donald Trump and the neoconservatives. Lucy Steigerwald discusses the folly of war. Micah Zenko discusses the Libyan war. Glenn Greenwald discusses double standards on victims of violence. Barret Brown discusses the authorized biography of Henry Kissinger. Sheldon Richman discusses what terrorists want. Dan Sanchez…
Hillary Clinton: Least Fit of All
Even considering that no one is fit to be president — in that no one should be able to command a state, which rules by threatening and committing violence against innocents — Hillary Clinton is especially unfit. No one who has done what she has done as a government official should be rewarded with power….
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 103
Gareth Porter discusses how the U.S. could end Saudi war crimes in Yemen. Lucy Steigerwald discusses the myth of the antiwar Democrat. David S. D’Amato discusses private property. Conor Friedersdorf discusses Hilary’s war in Libya. Robert Fantina discusses Hilary Dan Sanchez discusses U.S. intervention in the Arab Spring. Robert Koehler discusses the Afghan war. Philip…
Obama’s Legacy Will Not Be One of Peace
The Financial Times recently reported that Nobel Peace Prize recipient Barack Obama has conducted ten times more drone strikes than his predecessor George W. Bush. As far as we can tell, that number is somewhere in the ballpark of 500 strikes and spans a wide array of countries including Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 97
Uri Avnery discusses Bibi. Uri Avnery discusses Israel’s aborted strike on Iran. Lucy Steigerwald discusses the inevitability of a war president. Simon Jenkins discusses the drumbeat for sending troops back to Iraq. Laurence M. Vance discusses Reagan Republicans. Laurence M. Vance discusses Christianity, libertarianism, and the War on Drugs. Butler Shaffer discusses why you shouldn’t…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 86
Eric Draister discusses whether the war in Syria has become a regional war. Donald J. Bourdreaux discusses freedom’s instrinsic value. Sheldon Richman discusses abolishing special ops. Steven Horowitz discusses socialism as war and war as socialism. Walter Olson discusses truancy laws. Gregory A. Daddis discusses America’s addiction to war and fear of peace. John Wight…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 68
Justin Raimondo discusses Hilary’s war in Libya. William Astore discusses seven reasons why American war persists. David Swanson discusses the exporting of Sherman’s march. W. James Antle III discusses the last chance for peace with Iran. Jacob G. Hornberger discusses aggression and the American Sniper movie. B.K. Marcus discusses the history of African-American self-defense. Laurence…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist and Chess Review 67
Sheldon Richman discusses why Chris Kyle is not a hero. Michael Brendan Dougherty discusses Hilary and Libya. Michael Dickinson discusses Winston Churchill. Arthur Silber discusses the American Sniper movie and Chris Kyle. Elizabeth Nolan Brown discusses libertarian feminism as an alternative to carceral feminism. Medea Benjamin discusses why Cuba should be taken off the terrorist…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist And Chess Review 53
Kathy Kelly discusses ISIS and the war in Iraq. Douglas Macgregor discusses U.S. military intervention. Franklin Lamb discusses Syrian migrants and their plight. William Blum discusses the Berlin Wall. Sheldon Richman discusses torture and Obama. Lucy Steigerwald discusses the War on Drugs abroad. Richard M. Ebeling discusses Ludwig Von Mises and the business cycle. David…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist And Chess Review 42
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses whether the CIA should be reformed rather than abolished. Jacob G. Hornberger discusses why the CIA should be abolished. Kevin Carson discusses accusations of agri-terrorism. Ivan Eland discusses how the current situation in Libya shows the folly of U.S. interventionism. Lucy Steigerwald discusses the importance of graphic photos of war. David…
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Patrick Cockburn discusses the bloody history of Baghdad. Kent Paterson discusses the challenging of a militarized police state. Medea Benjamin discusses the broken promises of Obama. Martha Rosenberg interviews Michael Arria. Jeffrey St. Clair discusses the recently passed away, Gabriel Kolko. Justin Raimondo discusses how a CIA backed general recently launched a coup in Libya….
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Sheldon Richman discusses how Americans can help Ukrainians. David Gordon discusses Gary Chartier’s new book on John Rawls. Norman Solomon discusses the hypocrisy of senator Feinstein. Christopher Brauchl discusses the hypocrisy of senator Feinstein. Patrick Cockburn discusses the conflict between Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Cesar Chelala discusses the Syrian civil war’s impact on children. Jacob…
The Fractionated Society of the State
D’Amato: Libyans ought to oppose not any particular political ideology or regime, but the state itself.
Cuidado con los Bombardeos Humanitarios
Kevin Caron alerta al pueblo Libio.
Beware of Humanitarians With Bombs
Kevin Carson with a warning for the people of Libya.
The Anatomy of Escape
Free Markets & Capitalism?
Markets Not Capitalism
Organization Theory
Conscience of an Anarchist