This Week At The Libertarian Institute

by | Oct 14, 2023

This Week At The Libertarian Institute

by | Oct 14, 2023

The Empire never sleeps – but neither do we. Missed a story? We got you covered.

This week in review at the Libertarian Institute:

 

News

 

October 12, 2023 – As Turkey Bombs US-Backed Kurdish Fighters, Dozens of Oil and Power Facilities Damaged in NE Syria

As Turkey Bombs US-Backed Kurdish Fighters, Dozens of Oil and Power Facilities Damaged in NE Syria

October 12, 2023 – S. Korea Considers Suspension of Deconfliction Agreement with N. Korea Because of Hamas Attack

S. Korea Considers Suspension of Deconfliction Agreement with N. Korea Because of Hamas Attack

October 11, 2023 – Zelensky Asks Netanyahu to Visit Israel in Show of Support

Zelensky Asks Netanyahu to Visit Israel in Show of Support

October 11, 2023 – US Labels Niger Uprising a ‘Coup,’ As French Military Forces Begin a Withdrawal

US Labels Niger Uprising a ‘Coup,’ As French Military Forces Begin a Withdrawal

October 10, 2023 – Russian Official Says No Plans to Alter Nuclear Test Ban

Russian Official Says No Plans to Alter Nuclear Test Ban

October 9, 2023 – Turkish Airstrikes Kill More Kurdish Fighters in US Occupied Syria

Turkish Airstrikes Kill More Kurdish Fighters in US Occupied Syria

October 9, 2023 – Growing Number of Ukrainians Oppose Fighting, Want Diplomatic End to War

Growing Number of Ukrainians Oppose Fighting, Want Diplomatic End to War

October 9, 2023 – Nairobi’s High Court Puts Hold on US-Backed Kenyan Troop Deployment to Haiti

Nairobi’s High Court Puts Hold on US-Backed Kenyan Troop Deployment to Haiti

October 8, 2023 – Sen. Schumer Leads First Congressional Delegation to China in Four Years

Sen. Schumer Leads First Congressional Delegation to China in Four Years

October 8, 2023 – Slovakia Suspends Military Support for Ukraine

Slovakia Suspends Military Support for Ukraine

 

Features

 

October 13, 2023 – TGIF: Why Is Government Stuff Called “Public”?

TGIF: Why Is Government Stuff Called “Public”?

October 12, 2023 – It’s All About Provoking Your Reaction

It’s All About Provoking Your Reaction

October 12, 2023 – Putin’s Valdai Speech, What You Need to Know

Putin’s Valdai Speech, What You Need to Know

October 12, 2023 – U.S. Counter-Terror Operator Vanishes after Claiming to Identify January 6 Pipe Bomber

U.S. Counter-Terror Operator Vanishes after Claiming to Identify January 6 Pipe Bomber

October 11, 2023 – The Fed Is Steering Us Towards Bankruptcy

The Fed Is Steering Us Towards Bankruptcy

October 11, 2023 – Israel Fostered the Rise of Hamas, Even After It Turned to Terrorism

Israel Fostered the Rise of Hamas, Even After It Turned to Terrorism

October 10, 2023 – Watching Us vs. Them Through a Digital Keyhole

Watching Us vs. Them Through a Digital Keyhole

October 10, 2023 – The Chinese are Reclaiming Pandas from American Zoos. Let Them.

The Chinese are Reclaiming Pandas from American Zoos. Let Them.

October 9, 2023 – War Guilt in the Middle East

War Guilt in the Middle East

October 9, 2023 – U.S. Officials Expect an Israeli Invasion of Gaza

U.S. Officials Expect an Israeli Invasion of Gaza

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Will Porter

Will Porter

Will Porter is assistant news editor at the Libertarian Institute and a regular contributor at Antiwar.com. Find more of his work at Consortium News, ZeroHedge and RT.

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