Doug Bandow

Bush Jr.’s Foreign Policy Legacy


Doug Bandow, author of Foreign Follies: America’s New Global Empire, discusses the Bush administration’s foreign policy legacy, why maintaining a U.S. military presence in S. Korea makes less sense than ever, the difficulty of negotiating alternative U.S. supply routes to Afghanistan while taking a hard line on Russia and Iran, the high cost in Iraqi lives for their “liberation” from one authoritarian government to another and the demise of Bush’s two-state solution for Israel and Palestine.

MP3 here. (21:45)

Doug Bandow is a recent addition to the Cato Institute. His new and archived articles can be found at

4 thoughts on “Doug Bandow”

  1. Well, Ameriaca’s problems can’t be solve because they are religious and america doesn’t seem to deserve the conversion it needs…america is a country that can best be decribed as Judeo-Masonic..That is why our wars are for profit ( the Masonic part ) and poor little nuclear Israel’s long-term security…The members of the various “Christian” sects in the U.S. think it’s a holy endeavor to kill arabs ( innocent christians and muslims-yes there are innocent muslims) for Israel…And I’ve actually heard this fm these Hagee following mutants, ” What about the christian Palestinians?” Response; “They should move to Israel and then be ALL good..”
    This is why the “Global War on Terror” or “GWOT”-trademark, patent pending…immediately descended into a Judeo-Masonic jihad to kill arabs and muslims for Israel. To increase the poppy production in afghan so the CIA and their drug partners can start making a ton of money again…So all the war profiteering contractors can clean up…so, Krauthammer and Kristol can glory in all this arab blood…All in the name of freedom and democracy..
    And you think an election can stop this level of evil?
    And you think an election can solve this level of evil??

  2. Doug Bandow is very interesting. I really need to learn more about that masonic part of what is now American values.

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