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War and Foreign Policy
Congress is silent – or compliant – as we lurch forward toward disaster for no discernable US strategic goal. Biden – or whoever is actually running the show – is forging straight ahead.
Cronyism and CorporatismGlobal EconomyProgressivismU.S. EconomyWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History
It's fitting that the G7 recently met in Hiroshima because the policies they are following are blowing up the world economy.
DemocracyWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History
As geopolitical tensions rise, the Chinese political leadership tells the US government to desist pushing its "color revolutions."
Just in case you wrongly thought sanctions had anything to do with national security: Biden wants to sanction the people of a small African country over anti-LGBT laws.
In the 1950s, Murray Rothbard took on the question of whether or not the United States should defend Formosa (Taiwan) from attack by mainland China. Rothbard was predictably red-baited for his efforts.
While the US ratchets up efforts to isolate its many enemies, the Chinese, the Saudis, the Arab League, and OPEC all shrug and look to increasing international communication and trade.
Cronyism and CorporatismEconomic FreedomWar and Foreign PolicyInterventionismPhilosophy and Methodology
Noam Chomsky's latest offering—a series of interviews—presents the best (and worst) of one of America's premier public intellectuals.
U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy
One of the great fictions of US history is that the USA's foreign policy was based on noninterventionism until the nation was forced to enter World War II.
Bureaucracy and RegulationEconomic FreedomEuropePrice ControlsWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History
In 1948, Ludwig Erhardt rescued a German economy that was in shambles simply by invoking free markets and currency reform. Our economy needs its Rothbard moment.
Last week NATO announced that it will open its first-ever Asia office in Japan. What next, NATO membership for Taiwan?