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Foreign Policy: Against Liberal Hegemony

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Tags StrategyWar and Foreign PolicyInterventionism

09/17/2021Ryan McMakenTho BishopZachary Yost

For the foreign-policy non-interventionist, some schools of thought in international relations are much better than others. "Liberal hegemony" (the favored school of neoconservatives) has long supported endless war and intervention by the US regime worldwide. We discuss how we can use "realist" research to move the foreign policy needle away from liberal hegemony and toward a more sane foreign policy.

Guest: Zachary Yost (Mises.org/Yost) is a Marcellus Policy Fellow with the John Quincy Adams Society.

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