Anti-Imperialism/Foreign Policy

US Military Driving and Exacerbating Violence in Somalia

MONDAY, MAY 15, 2023

The first care which wise governors will always take, is, to prevent their subjects from wanting, and to secure to them the possession of their property, upon which every thing else depends.
John Trenchard, Cato’s Letters [1722]


May 12, 2023

Involuntary Servitude in Russia, Ukraine, and the U.S.
One of the interesting aspects of the Russia-Ukraine war is that the regimes in both countries have resorted to conscription to get soldiers to “serve their country.” One would think that if a war is just, citizens would not have to be forced to fight in it. With conscription, the state commands a citizen to report to a military facility, where he is forced …

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