foreign policy


Clinton Interferes in Russian Elections

By Bionic Mosquito Bionic Mosquito February 19, 2017   Clinton Interferes in Russian Elections     From an academic paper published by Hamilton College (located, interestingly enough, in Clinton, New York): Immediately after coming to power, the Clinton administration declared the consolidation of market and democratic institutions in Russia to be a vital American interest. […]

Clinton Interferes in Russian Elections

The Cancer of War: US Used Depleted Uranium in Syria

The Cancer of War: US Used Depleted Uranium in Syria

By Daniel McAdams Ron Paul Institute February 19, 2017   The Cancer of War: US Used Depleted Uranium in Syria     Despite vowing not to use depleted uranium (DU) weapons in its military action in Syria, the US government has now admitted that it has fired thousands of the deadly rounds into Syrian territory. […]


John McCain Talks Sanctions, Foreign Policy With Russian Pranksters Posing As Ukrainian PM

By Chris Menahan InformationLiberation February 17, 2017   John McCain Talks Sanctions, Foreign Policy With Russian Pranksters Posing As Ukrainian PM     A shocking audio tape released by two Russian pranksters posing as the Prime Minister of Ukraine caught John McCain talking about Russian sanctions, foreign policy and criticizing Trump behind closed doors. In […]

John McCain Talks Sanctions, Foreign Policy With Russian Pranksters Posing As Ukrainian PM

Dennis Kucinich: Push for ‘New Cold War’ Behind Effort Against Michael Flynn

By Adam Dick Ron Paul Institute February 14, 2017   Dennis Kucinich: Push for ‘New Cold War’ Behind Effort Against Michael Flynn   Former US House of Representatives Member Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) presented an urgent warning to the American people in a Wednesday Fox Business interview regarding the resignation of Michael Flynn from the position […]

Dennis Kucinich: Push for ‘New Cold War’ Behind Effort Against Michael Flynn

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David Stockman Challenges Trump Administration’s Militarism and Drug War

By Adam Dick Ron Paul Institute February 8, 2017   David Stockman Challenges Trump Administration’s Militarism and Drug War   In a recent interview at CNN, David Stockman, who is a Ron Paul Institute Advisory Board member and was director of the Office of Management and Budget during the Reagan administration, critiqued the Trump administration […]


Moral Supremacy and Mr. Putin

By Patrick J. Buchanan LewRockwell.com Febuary 8, 2017   Moral Supremacy and Mr. Putin     Is Donald Trump to be allowed to craft a foreign policy based on the ideas on which he ran and won the presidency in 2016? Our foreign policy elite’s answer appears to be a thunderous no. Case in point: […]

Moral Supremacy and Mr. Putin

Rep. Maxine Waters: Trump Must Be Impeached Because Putin Invaded Korea!

Rep. Maxine Waters: Trump Must Be Impeached Because Putin Invaded Korea!

By Daniel McAdams Ron Paul Institute February 7, 2017   Rep. Maxine Waters: Trump Must Be Impeached Because Putin Invaded Korea!   It is often not fully understood just how ignorant most US Representatives are when it comes to the finer details of foreign policy. Members get their news from an even narrower pool of […]


Trump Team Gone Wild: Now UN Ambassador Threatens Russia!

By Daniel McAdams Ron Paul Institute February 3, 2017   Trump Team Gone Wild: Now UN Ambassador Threatens Russia!     What a week in US foreign policy! First President Trump approves a commando raid in Yemen that was a total fiasco, leaving one US soldier and scores of innocent women and children dead. Then Trump’s […]

Trump Team Gone Wild: Now UN Ambassador Threatens Russia!

The Birth Of The American Empire

The Birth Of The American Empire

By Daniel McAdams Ron Paul Institute January 28, 2017   The Birth Of The American Empire   How did the US empire begin? In his important new book, The True Flag: Theodore Roosevelt, Mark Twain, and the Birth of American Empire, Stephen Kinzer tells the story of the nationwide debate in 1898 over whether the US should […]


Trump’s Foreign Policy: An Unwise Inconsistency?

By Ron Paul Ron Paul Institute January 24, 2017   Trump’s Foreign Policy: An Unwise Inconsistency?   Throughout the presidential campaign, Donald Trump’s foreign policy positions have been anything but consistent. One day we heard that NATO was obsolete and the US needs to pursue better relations with Russia. But the next time he spoke, […]

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The Failures of Obama's Foreign Policy

The Failures of Obama’s Foreign Policy

By David Gordon Mises Institute January 23, 2017   The Failures of Obama’s Foreign Policy   As Murray Rothbard often emphasized, the free market and a peaceful foreign policy are indispensable partners. We cannot maintain a free market if the government engages in a bellicose foreign policy. A powerful and aggressive state constantly engaged in […]


New President, New World

By Patrick J. Buchanan LewRockwell.com January 22, 2017   New President, New World     “Don’t Make Any Sudden Moves” is the advice offered to the new president by Richard Haass of the Council on Foreign Relations, which has not traditionally been known as a beer hall of populist beliefs. Haass meant the president should […]

New President, New World

Hope That Trump Will Be the Peace President That Obama Was Not

Hope That Trump Will Be the Peace President That Obama Was Not

By Adam Dick Ron Paul Institute January 19, 2017   Hope That Trump Will Be the Peace President That Obama Was Not     With Donald Trump set to become president tomorrow, many proponents of the US government refraining from intervening in other countries have their fingers crossed, hoping that a Trump administration will bring […]


Truth and Consequences

By Karen Kwiatkowski LewRockwell.com January 19, 2017   Truth and Consequences   The ground shifted in Washington and elsewhere with the news that Chelsea Manning’s 35-year sentence had been commuted in the outgoing president’s spasmodic burst of compassion. The head of an entrenched foreign policy characterized by equal parts force, arrogance and ignorance commuted the […]

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