Tag: North Korea
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 135
Kathy Gilsinan interviews Rosa Brooks. Gauri Reddy discusses Chelsea Manning and the politics of whistleblowing. Richard Hardigan discusses the brutality of the Israeli occupation. Brian Cloughley discusses the NATO-U.S. war in Afghanistan. Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the military base dole. Daniel Larison discusses the continued sale of U.S. arms to Saudi Arabia and its war…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 125
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses why open borders is the only moral and practical solution. A. Barton Hinkle discusses whether we are experiencing a new libertarian moment or not. Thomas L. Knapp discusses the courage of Muhammad Ali. Kevin Gosztlda discusses the hypocrisy of Hilary Clinton. Alastair Sloan discusses repression in Bahrain. Rich Gibson discusses Bob…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 98
Jonathan Marshall discusses Chuck Schumer’s troubling Mideast record. Robert Parry discusses the dangerous redefinition of “terrorism”. Uri Avnery discusses the Israeli occupation of Palestine. Doug Bandow discusses why North Korea may never negotiate on nukes. Daniel McAdams discusses the neocon foreign policy Walmart. Patrick Cockburn discusses the plight of Syrian Kurds. George Leef discusses government…
So, To Summarize …
In 1950, the US went to (undeclared, and under pro forma UN auspices) war with North Korea. In 1953, the parties (the US, the UN, South Korea on one side, North Korea on the other) negotiated a cease-fire, which has now been in effect for 61 years. Over the years, various incidents have occurred which strained…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist and Chess Review 58
David S. D’Amato discusses equality and libertarianism. David Vine and Nick Turse discuss U.S. bases in the Middle East. David Stockman discusses how the war party won. Doug Bandow discusses why North Korea should be talked to. Grant Babcock discusses non-violence and modern libertarianism. Jacob G. Hornberger discusses Max Boot’s plan for Iraq. Lawrence Wittner…
La Privatizzazione della Diplomazia, alla Maniera di Dennis Rodman
Il verdetto è stato emesso: Tutti i popoli civili devono odiare Dennis Rodman. Politici da John McCain a John Kerry e opinionisti da Bill O’Reilly a Chris Matthews sono offesi dal fatto che un americano visiti il terzo polo dell’Asse del Male. All’inizio di questa settimana Rodman, assieme a sei suoi ex compagni di gioco…
Privatizing Diplomacy, Dennis Rodman Style
The verdict is in: All civilized people must hate Dennis Rodman. Politicians from John McCain to John Kerry and pundits from Bill O’Reilly to Chris Matthews are outraged that an American would visit the third member of the Axis of Evil. Earlier this week Rodman, along with six fellow former NBA players, arrived in Pyongyang,…
La Fuerza está en la Ignorancia: Edición Kim Jon Un
Carson: El gobierno de EE.UU. es un estado. Y mentir deliberada y desvergonzadamente cuando sirve a sus intereses es lo que los hacen los estados. No permitas que mueran millones de personas por una mentira.
Ignorância é Força: Edição Kim Jong Un
Carson: O governo dos Estados Unidos é um estado. E mentir — deliberadamente, cinicamente — onde mentir sirva a seus interesses é o que os estados fazem. Não permita que milhões de pessoas morram por causa de uma mentira.
Ignorance is Strength: Kim Jong Un Edition
Carson: The U.S. government is a state. And lying — deliberately, shamelessly — whenever it serves their interests is what states do. Don’t let millions die for a lie.
The Evil of the “Axis”
Governments of any sort simply can’t be trusted with nuclear weapons.
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The Anatomy of Escape
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