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War and Foreign Policy
Until there’s a new foreign policy class informed by an outlook of restraint, no kind of punishment or demotion of those who prosecuted the bungled wars of the past few decades should be expected.
Anyone with a conscience can easily see that assassinating Julian Assange would be just plain murder. Yet, the reaction to all this from the mainstream press has been one great big collective yawn.
After 9/11, the security establishment was giddy about embarking on a global democratic crusade against any nation that did not submit to the US’s liberal hegemonic order.
If fairness is a concern, there’s an easy way to achieve fairness on this issue: abolish the Selective Service for everybody. It’s as easy as that. It wouldn’t even cost a dime of taxpayer money.
Hopefully, increased interdependence and overlapping interests will help to shape a future of stability in Europe and continue the precious absence of another major war on the continent.
HealthWar and Foreign Policy
Instead of spreading “democracy” by bombing foreign nations, America will be spreading “health” by delivering vaccines produced by untouchable pharmaceutical conglomerates.
As US military interventions continue across several continents, we should remember that much of US foreign policy is little more than cleaning up messes the US created.
Moyn fears that "humane warfare" along with programs of global surveillance, would subject the world to hegemonic control by one or a few dominant superpowers.
The terrorist attacks of 9/11 were possible thanks to an immense military and intelligence failure on the part of the United States government. Why think these people "keep us safe"?
Global EconomyWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History
In this brief interview, Ludwig von Mises discusses the state of the global economy, the Marshall Plan, and the road to recovery.