Scott Horton, our great libertarian foreign-policy expert, joins me to review seven countries and discuss the (grim) outcome of intervention in each.
The US is backing Saudi moves against Yemen and Lebanon to the hilt. Is something big about to happen?
Prince Al-Waleed is one of Saudi Arabia's richest princes and profited enormously from Saudi arms purchases. Andrew Feinstein, the author of 'Shadow Wars,' on the legal risks of corrupt arms dealing.
The power moves by the Saudi kingdom at home and in Lebanon were made easier by buying influence in powerful circles of Washington, DC, says The Intercept's Ryan Grim.
As Secretaries Tillerson and Mattis urge Congress to maintain the 2001 AUMF, it is important to remember that the AUMF has been used in 14 countries and 37 times over the past 16 years. Congress ought to reclaim its authority to declare war...
We are militarily active in some 19 countries now. Does the 9/11 resolution really encompass all of these wars?
The story these memos tell is horrific and jolting. The people tortured were not terrorists. They were suspects. Some may say this is all ancient history, but consider...
Senate passed biggest defense spending bill in history while Republicans battle over health care.
"The only thing really "new" about this new strategy is that it is now official policy to never tell what US objectives are in the country!"
"... one popular meme pins his “reversal” on the nefarious influence of those around him...."
"After 16 years and over a trillion dollars' worth of fighting, the U.S. has accomplished none of its stated goals--except the goal of enriching the flourishing military-industrial complex."
In the world US foreign policy 9/11 never happened. Here is why.
Can the Middle East mess ever end?
Looks like Manchester bomber was a product of Libya mess and ISIS Syria stew.
Bitcoin is about to be examined as a national security risk.
Why is Trump doing deals with the Saudis?
Can Trump succeed at nation building in Yemen, Iraq, and Syria?
What are Syria "safe zones"???
How the war on terror was retargeted for bureaucratic interests.
Here's a perfect example of how convoluted our Middle East policy is...
Last year Trump said intervening in Syria would be a mistake, now does it.
Terror attack victim families fighting uphill battle.
Is the US winning the global war on terror?
Normally spying on Americans would be a police function or a function of the FBI and not of the military, but the US is becoming more and more of a military state.
Marco Rubio wants to increase the defense budget by a trillion dollars including $500 billion going to the F-35 pork plane.
Jeffrey Tucker and Scott Horton dissect Seymour Hersh's revelations about the "daring" raid to get Osama bin Laden — essentially, that it never happened.
This happened yesterday and was not fit to be aired on Fox News or MSNBC or any other corporate media TV outlet.
Now new details about the origins of the Libya war game have been revealed thanks to investigate reporting done at the Washington Times.