Tag Archives: foreign policy

Isolationism Vs. Non-Interventionism

I hear and read so many people misusing the terms isolationism and non-interventionism so much that I just have to jump in here and do my part to try and clarify the issue, at least in my small sphere of … Continue reading

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The Folly of Sanctions

Many people have the misconception that sanctions are an effective means to encourage a change of behavior in another country without war.  However, imposing sanctions and blockades are not only an act of war according to international law, they are … Continue reading

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Revolution Reading List — Top 10 Books Read By Daily Paul Members

In honor of the holiday season, I’ve compiled a list of the top ten selling books for 2011 via the DP on Amazon.  And since it is interesting, I’ve also assembled the complete list of all books purchased by DPers … Continue reading

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Target Iran: Washington’s Countdown to War – BlackListedNews.com

The Iranian people know what it means to earn the enmity of the global godfather. As William Blum documented in Killing Hope: U.S. Military and CIA Interventions Since World War II, 1953’s CIA-organized coup against Iranian Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh, … Continue reading

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PressTV – Poll: 85% of Americans against Iran war

Less than a week after the publication of an IAEA report on Tehran’s nuclear program, a poll has found that 85 percent of Americans are against military confrontation with Iran. The poll, conducted by the CBS Broadcasting Inc., also found … Continue reading

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10 Factors That May Lead to War With Iran by Dr. Brian Phillips — Antiwar.com

Over the last several days, much time has been spent speculating about the likelihood of war with Iran. Several encouraging pieces have been written indicating that the war is unlikely thanks to international pressure for the U.S. to back off, … Continue reading

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You Can’t Spell Mubarak Without Barack (or Bush, or Clinton, or Bush…) by Eli Cryderman

The revolution in Egypt is the result of a tyrannical dictator, who has oppressed, kidnapped, tortured, murdered and pretty much done everything a regime can do to repress and terrorize a people, for almost 30 years. 20 of those years … Continue reading

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