Libertarians and Foreign Policy
The Individual, the State, and War
By Christopher Preble
Libertarians oppose government actions that encroach upon individual liberty, whether such actions are committed at home or abroad. Because wars pose a special threat to liberty, libertarians have traditionally espoused a foreign policy that aims to avoid war and its aggressive precursors.
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