“A Libertarian Foreign Policy” Students for Liberty Webinar Tonight

From an e-mail:
“A Libertarian Foreign Policy” Webinar Tonight
Webinar Wednesdays continue tonight, January 25 at 8PM. Join us for a discussion of “A Libertarian Foreign Policy for the 21st Century” to be led by Chris Preble. Check out the dedails!
Wednesday, January 25 at 8pm (Eastern Time)
“A Libertarian Foreign Policy for the 21st Century”
*This webinar will be hosted LIVE from the Georgetown Hoyas For Liberty! Webinar participants will still be able to ask questions*
Chris Preble will talk about general libertarian ideas about foreign policy, and then apply these to the most prominent foreign policy stories in the news today, including U.S. relations with countries in Asia and Europe, revolution and reform in the Arab world, nuclear weapons proliferation, and the threat posed by violent extremists such as al Qaeda. The talk will draw distinctions between libertarian approaches and that of the two dominant ideologies that guide U.S. foreign policy, neoliberalism and neoconservatism.

Future Peace & Prosperity To ALL
Hope you can use it. Thx

4 thoughts on ““A Libertarian Foreign Policy” Students for Liberty Webinar Tonight

  1. Let the T-Rex of Talk Radio Educate U

    On closer view this is a rather short lecture by someone who should know what he is talking about. It’s also FREE to all warmongers and peaceniks alike.

    You bomb, bomb, bomb Iraq folkes need to check this out. It’s only ONE hour and you may actually see Peace is a better way.

    You will at least learn Libertarianism isn’t into EMPIRE run by the military industrial complex. More like friendship with peace, commerce, and mutual travel with all. Same as the ORIGINAL American foreign policy.

    (7 pm -central, 5 pm pacific try to be there, even I may learn something)

  2. Ad Hoc

    As far as I can tell this is small l libertarian, not directly related to the Libertarian or any other political party.

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