Volume 3: Justin Raimondo and Karen Kwiatkowski - Restoring the Republic 2007
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(Oct 29, 2007)
Justin Raimondo is the editorial director of Antiwar.com, and a Senior Fellow at the Randolph Bourne Institute, in Atherton, California. His popular online column, "Behind the Headlines," deals with foreign policy from a non-interventionist perspective. He is the author of several books and is also the author of a number of pamphlets, most notably "Into the Bosnian Quagmire: The Case Against U.S. Intervention in the Balkans" (America First Books, 1996), and is a regular contributor to The American Conservative and Chronicles Magazine. His articles have appeared in Mother Jones, Reason, the London Times, American Enterprise Magazine, and other prominent publications. He frequently speaks on college campuses (including Yale University, UC Berkeley, Washington University in St. Louis, University of Colorado Boulder) and events (notably: The Illinois State Libertarian Party Convention, keynote speaker at The 2000 Reform Party Convention), where his unique brand of libertarianism and anti-war fervor has proven popular with people from all across the political spectrum.
Karen Kwiatkowski retired from the USAF in 2003 as a Lieutenant Colonel. She currently teaches college courses in American Government, and is currently employed as a high school biology and Earth Science teacher in western Virginia. She has an MA in Government from Harvard University, MS in Science Management from the University of Alaska, and has completed both Air Command and Staff College and the Naval War College seminar programs. She earned her Ph.D. in World Politics from Catholic University of America in 2005, with a dissertation on Overt/Covert War in Angola: A Case Study of the Implementation of the Reagan Doctrine, and has authored two books on African security issues, African Crisis Response Initiative: Past Present and Future (US Army Peacekeeping Institute, 2000) and Expeditionary Air Operations in Africa: Challenges and Solutions (Air University Press, 2001). Her final assignment was as a political-military affairs officer in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Under Secretary for Policy, in the Sub-Saharan Africa and Near East South Asia (NESA) Policy directorates, and left the military to publicly speak out against government excess and fraud in national security politics. She has been a regular contributor to LewRockwell.com since 2003, and has written for The American Conservative, Salon.com, antiwar.com., and others.
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