Matthew Hoh, a Senior Fellow at the Center for International Policy, discusses how US support for the Shia government in Iraq perpetuates a cycle of violence; why there is rarely a “good side” in civil wars; the domestic political calculations behind US wars since Vietnam; and how to defeat the Islamic State without firing a single shot.
Nebojsa Malic, a regular columnist for Antiwar.com, discusses how Ukraine’s elections manufactured legitimacy for the current regime; the neo-Nazis killing civilians in eastern Ukraine; and the small group of US foreign policy elites who stir up trouble all over the world.
Jeffrey A. Tucker, CEO of Liberty.me and publisher of Laissez-Faire Books, discusses Murray Rothbard’s take on the politics of Christian and secular millennialism and eschatology.
Gareth Porter, an award-winning journalist and author of Manufactured Crisis, discusses how an Iran nuclear deal hinges on Obama’s willingness to fight for an end to sanctions.
Grant F. Smith, director of the Institute for Research: Middle Eastern Policy, discusses his federal lawsuit demanding the release of a 1987 DoD study on Israel’s nuclear weapons program; and why he wants to end the US government’s pretense of ignorance about Israel’s nukes.More Interviews