Has the United States been a force for liberty around the world? Should it be? And if so, how? To answer these questions, Christopher A. Preble, in his new book, traces the history of U.S. foreign policy from the American Founding to the present, examining the ideas that have animated it, asking whether America’s policy choices have made the world safer and freer, and considering the impact of those choices on freedom at home. Preble explains the need to question the assumptions that drive American foreign policy in the modern era―especially the assumption that American politicians can and should forcibly remake the international order to suit their desires.
What did Hayek think about foreign policy? What is the difference between preventive war and preemption? What should we do about genocide? What was the original purpose of the U.S. military and how has that changed over time?
The Power Problem: How American Military Dominance Makes Us Less Safe, Less Prosperous and Less Free, written by Christopher Preble
The Pentagon’s Accounting Problem, written by Christopher Preble
Ending the War in Afghanistan, written by Christopher Preble
Check back to the website on April 30, 2019 to download a free copy of Christopher A. Preble’s new book; Peace, War, and Liberty: Understanding U.S. Foreign Policy
Three Arguments Against War, written by Jason Kuznicki
Free Thoughts/Power Problem Crossover: Are Libertarians Isolationists?, Free Thoughts Podcast
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