Year Zero: When Is War Appropriate?

by | Jun 27, 2019

In Episode 50 Tommy takes a look at the latest tensions with Iran, and the possibility of a hot war.

10 minutes before bombing strategic targets in Iran Trump called off the attack. He said he didn’t want to kill people over the loss of a drone. Tuesday, he began with hawkish rhetoric against Iran; supposedly to get Iranian leaders to the table in order to hammer out another “better” deal. 4 years into his presidency a pattern has emerged. Will Iran give in to his demands? Is there a potential for a “better” deal? And if not, is war appropriate?

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About Tommy Salmons

Tommy Salmons is the host of Year Zero, a podcast focusing on government abuse of power.
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