War and Foreign Policy

Displaying 61 - 70 of 1559

The Loss in Afghanistan Is Only the Latest Chapter in a Long Story of Intervention

War and Foreign Policy

Blog09/27/2021

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. 

Read More

Should War Be Made "Humane"?

War and Foreign Policy

Blog09/23/2021

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.

Read More

9/11 Was a Day of Unforgivable Government Failure

War and Foreign Policy

Blog09/11/2021

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"?

Read More

Mises in Peru: La Prensa Interview, 1950

Global EconomyWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History

Blog08/24/2021

In this brief interview, Ludwig von Mises discusses the state of the global economy, the Marshall Plan, and the road to recovery.

Read More

Kabul's Collapse and DC's Incurable Arrogance

War and Foreign Policy

Blog08/18/2021

There is no reason to expect the Afghanistan debacle to humble Washington policymakers. Korean War fiascos were swept under the rug, paving the way for the Vietnam War. The cycle didn't end there.

Read More

The Old Right on War and Peace

War and Foreign Policy

Blog08/09/2021

"The state cannot intervene in the economic affairs of society without building up its coercive machinery, and that, after all, is militarism. Power is the correlative of politics." ~Frank Chodorov

Read More

Private Security Isn't Enough: Why America Needs Militias

War and Foreign Policy

Blog06/01/2021

Private security tends to provide its services to the highest bidder. And you know that almost always ends up being the regime itself. Corn farmers just can’t cut the same kinds of checks that tax farmers can.

Read More

America Still Loves the Warfare State

War and Foreign Policy

Blog05/29/2021

The difficulty Trump encountered in trying to even slightly scale back American military schemes shows just how far Americans are from abandoning the idea that the United States is the indispensable nation entitled to fight wars always and everywhere. 

Read More

Patriotism

War and Foreign Policy

Blog04/26/2021

“When men hire themselves out to shoot other men to order, asking nothing about the justice of their cause, I don’t care if they are shot themselves.”

Read More

The United States Has Declared Defeat in Two More Wars

War and Foreign Policy

Blog04/23/2021

Now that the average American voter is barely paying attention—and that the US is facing an economic crisis and weak recovery—it has become politically expedient to move further toward wrapping up a couple more lost wars. 

Read More
Shield icon library