Antiwar Radio: Robert Parry

Robert Parry, founder and editor of, discusses the lesson on blowback learned from US meddling in the Soviet war on Afghanistan, applied to the current war in Libya; arming unknown rebel groups for short-term policy goals, without considering the long-term consequences; the tough-guy posturing competitions among pundits and politicians that result in military solutions for every kind of problem; and why the Lockerbie bombing often cited with a litany of other offenses committed by the Gaddafi regime may or may not have been a Libyan operation.