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The Russo-Ukrainian War: A New Opportunity for Demagogues to Destroy Freedoms at Home

DemocracyWar and Foreign Policy

Blog05/14/2022

While people speak of "freedom" for the people of Ukraine, Western political leaders have used the invasion as an excuse to crack down on free speech.

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Africa's Way Out of Monetary Colonialism

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Blog05/12/2022

Since the early 1960s, African nations have gained political independence from colonial powers, but the monetary colonialism of fiat money continues.

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War, Sanctions, and Sanity: A Purely Hypothetical Inquiry

War and Foreign Policy

Blog05/11/2022

Sanctions are promoted as a response to international aggression. Yet, sanctions themselves are a form of aggression that, like war, usually have unhappy endings.

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Why the Warmongers Are Wrong about China

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By what yardstick would we threaten war for the independence of Taiwan but continue to tolerate 60 years of totalitarian repression in Cuba, 90 miles away?

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Noninterventionism Is Not Isolationism: The US Government Should Stop Arming Ukraine

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Blog05/05/2022

Proponents of arming Ukraine against Russia call critics "isolationists" as a pejorative term. But these "entangling alliances" have a history of sad endings with tragic results.

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African Politicians Must Stop Blaming Others for Africa's Economic Woes

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Blog05/04/2022

Colonialism, imperialism, unfair trade, and more. African politicians look everywhere for the causes of Africa's poverty and chaos but in the mirror.

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Proliferation Isn't the Problem. Legacy Nuclear Powers Again Threaten the Globe.

War and Foreign Policy

Blog05/03/2022

Here we are in 2022, worrying about if the world's oldest nuclear powers will be the ones to touch off a global nuclear war. It's not Pakistan or North Korea or "proliferation." It's Washington and Moscow, yet again. 

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You Support Ukraine's Independence? Then You Support Secession.

War and Foreign Policy

Blog04/28/2022

In 1991, Ukrainians held an election and voted for secession. Today we’re supposed to cheer that. But to suggest something similar for a region of the United States? Well, we’re told that’s just plain wrong.

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Where the Truth Is Hidden: Debating the Current State of the US Armed Forces

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Blog04/28/2022

With members of Congress claiming that the Russian invasion of Ukraine somehow threatens the US homeland, it is time to tell the truth about the military threats to this nation.

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The Economic Sanctions against Russia Are Destructive and Counterproductive: We Must Oppose Them

War and Foreign Policy

Blog04/27/2022

Imposing economic sanctions upon Russia is tantamount to throwing gasoline on a raging fire. The sanctions will not end the Russian invasion of Ukraine and only will make things worse.

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