On this episode of War, Economy, and State, Ryan McMaken and Zachary Yost check in on the Russo-Ukrainian war to examine Russia’s strength, the US’s blank check, and the prospects of World War III.
“NATO: Our International Welfare Queens” by Ryan McMaken: Mises.org/WES_04_A
“A Brief History of Pundits Encouraging Nuclear War” by Ryan McMaken: Mises.org/WES_04_B
“The NATO Treaty Does Not Give Congress a Bye on World War III” by Michael J. Glennon: Mises.org/WES_04_C
“U.S. Mutual Security Treaties: The Commitment Myth” by Michael J. Glennon: Mises.org/WES_04_D
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