Independent Internationalism and the Military Forces Needed for It
By Ivan Eland
This article appeared in the Fall 2016 issue of The Independent Review.
What would be its basic military needs if the United States were to pursue a grand strategy of peaceful trade with all, entangling alliances with none? The answer would depend on the desired flavor of what Herbert Hoover called independent internationalism.
Ivan Eland is Senior Fellow at the Independent Institute and Director of the Institutes Center on Peace & Liberty.
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