New Issue of The Independent Review: Debating US Foreign Policy

TIR21n2FullCVR.toPrint.08.12.16indd.inddSymposium on Foreign Interventionism:

Introducing our symposium: what are the costs and benefits of intervention?
By Christopher J. Coyne

How should libertarians look at foreign policy?
By Christopher Preble

Should the United States intervene against ISIS?
By Fernando R. Tesón

Why economics makes a case for not intervening abroad
By David R. Henderson

What would the U.S. military look like if U.S. foreign policy were more restrained?
By Ivan Eland

Liberal hegemony is actually illiberal
By Christopher J. Coyne and Abigail R. Hall Blanco

Also in this issue:

What can we learn by comparing Sweden and Switzerland’s fiscal policies?
By John D. Merrifield and Barry W. Poulson

Will China follow Japan down the path of economic decline?
By Roy C. Smith

Can the state enforce virtue?
By Robert Higgs

Book Reviews:
By Ben S. Bernanke
Reviewed by John A. Allison IV

Social Justice Isn’t What You Think It Is
By Michael Novak and Paul Adams (with Elizabeth Shaw)
Reviewed by Gary Chartier

We Kill Because We Can: From Soldiering to Assassination in the Drone Age
By Laurie Calhoun
Reviewed by Abigail R. Hall Blanco

Online Exclusive Book Reviews:

Passing on the Right: Conservative Professors in the Progressive University 
By Jon A. Shields and Joshua M. Dunn, Sr.
Reviewed by Robert M. Whaples

Rape Culture Hysteria: Fixing the Damage Done to Men and Women
By Wendy McElroy
Reviewed by William Beaver