Less interest in the military means more interest on civilization’s capital accumulation.
Tag - foreign policy
We aren’t funding the Ukrainian army as an insurance policy against World War III.
Eventually Biden got around to blasting the helium-hefted recon device out of the sky.
Matt Kibbe talks to Chris Coyne, author of “In Search of Monsters to Destroy,” about the sometimes-hidden incentives that drive the political machine toward war at any cost.
Matt Kibbe sits down with Will Ruger, president of AIER, to discuss the theory of foreign policy realism and how we can apply it to international conflicts like the war in Ukraine.
There are many ironies in war. One of the darkest is that in the humane desire to mitigate civilian casualties, we increase our exterminating efficiency.
Hands and consciences get dirty in war, which is why it shouldn’t ever be tempted without just cause.
Kristol championed the GOP as a vehicle for his own foreign policy: American-led global dominance.
The potential of this movement to help reign in our unconstitutional foreign policy cannot be overstated.
Why Can’t We Be Friends? The History of and Prospects for Left and Right Antiwar Collaboration
For the first time since before WWII, left and right-wing antiwar and non-interventionist critiques largely mirror one another.