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Iran: America's Latest Drive for War

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Blog06/14/2019

The US government wants us all to pay and sacrifice for yet another war. And it's using all the usual old tricks to try and have its way.

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Learning the Right Lessons from D-Day

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Blog06/06/2019

Both the battle and the war were unnecessary, but were the products of Great Power hubris and incompetence during and after World War I.

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World War II: A Reading List

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Blog06/05/2019

These books and auhors offer a more realistic view of the moral problems with the American state's conduct in "the good war," World War II.

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"They Shall Not Grow Old" is a Superb Antiwar Film

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Blog05/27/2019

The film provides viewers with a sobering and accurate depiction of the horrific reality of war.

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America's Defense Budget Is Bigger Than You Think

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Blog05/13/2019

America's "defense" budget is really more than $1.2 trillion, more than double the Pentagon's official "base budget," once we include all the other related spending like that on "homeland security" and veterans affairs.

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A Nuclear War? Over Venezuela?

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Blog05/08/2019

How ironic that Pompeo and the rest of the neocons in the Trump administration are ready to violate the US Constitution in order to attack Venezuela to “restore their constitution.”

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The Deep State Campaign for War with Russia

Book ReviewsWar and Foreign Policy

Blog04/05/2019

David Gordon reviews the book War with Russia? From Putin & Ukraine to Trump & Russiagate. By Stephen F. Cohen.

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Stephen Walt Wants Libertarians To Join Forces with Foreign-Policy Realists

War and Foreign Policy

Blog01/31/2019

Disagreements between libertarians and realists are a problem. But in the current interventionist-dominated environment, the disagreements don't strike me as an especially big problem — at least for now.

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The Unseen Costs of Humanitarian Intervention

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Blog01/30/2019

Those who are advocating for new interventions in Syria and Venezuela show little interest in confronting the real costs of intervention. They just want to say they "did something" even if those things will turn out to be disastrous.

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Humanitarian Interventions Are Killing National Sovereignty — And That's a Bad Thing

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Blog01/30/2019

The growing acceptance of "humanitarian" interventions works to remove national sovereignty as a bulwark against expansionist large states in the international order.

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