WARMONGER: How Clinton’s Malign Foreign Policy Launched the US Trajectory from Bush II to Biden


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“Who first set us on this disastrous road of endless war and imperial overreach? Who won over liberals by saying that military interventions were for humanitarian purposes? Who first raised false fears of WMD in Iraq and set in motion the U S. invasion?  Who first carried out the odious practices of extraordinary rendition and drone attacks in the War on Terror?  Who first violated the US pledge, extended the borders of NATO and triggered the new Cold War with Russia? Jeremy Kuzmarov brilliantly answers these questions in his stunning new book, Warmonger: How Clinton’s Malign Foreign Policy Launched the US Trajectory From Bush II to Biden.” JAMES BRADLEY,  Author, Flags of Our FathersThe China Mirage

“Bill Clinton’s jolly amorality personified the superficial self-confidence of an American elite intoxicated with the notion it had “won the Cold War” and so from now on, anything goes.  Thus the Clinton administration forged ahead with policies based on blatant lies and unlimited confidence in the ability of U.S. power to get its way forever.  Jeremy Kuzmarov’s new book records how Clinton’s short-sighted opportunism contributed to long term disasters all over the world.” DIANA JOHNSTONE, author of Queen of Chaos: The Misadventures of Hillary Clinton

“With Jeremy’s fifth book on US foreign policy (perpetual war-making) he has unclothed  egregious, jingoist Bill Clinton’s presidency—albeit not so recognized by the general public, mainly due to “liberals”, “progressives” negation of this indisputable truth.” RON RIDENOUR, author, The Russian Peace Threat: Pentagon on Alert

“More than just a catalog of Clintonian interventionism, Warmonger draws on primary sources to construct a convincing origins narrative for how the seemingly progressive Clinton became one of the most dedicated American imperialists of the post Cold War era.”  THOMAS C. FIELD, Jr.  Associate Professor and Department Chair of Global Security and Intelligence Studies at the Embry-Riddle College of Security and Intelligence and author of From Development to Dictatorship: Bolivia and the Alliance for Progress in the Kennedy Era 




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During the 2016 presidential election, many younger voters repudiated Hillary Clinton because of her husband’s support for mass incarceration, banking deregulation and free-trade agreements that led many U.S. jobs to be shipped overseas. Warmonger: How Clinton’s Malign Foreign Policy Launched the Trajectory from Bush II to Biden, shows that Clinton’s foreign policy was just as bad as his domestic policy. Cultivating an image as a former anti-Vietnam War activist to win over the aging hippie set in his early years, as president, Clinton bombed six countries and, by the end of his first term, had committed U.S. troops to 25 separate military operations, compared to 17 in Ronald Reagan’s two terms. Clinton further expanded America’s covert empire of overseas surveillance outposts and spying and increased the budget for intelligence spending and the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), a CIA offshoot which promoted regime change in foreign nations.

The latter was not surprising because, according to CIA operative Cord Meyer Jr., Clinton had been recruited into the CIA while a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford, and as Governor of Arkansas in the 1980s he had allowed clandestine arms and drug flights to Nicaraguan counter-revolutionaries (Contras) backed by the CIA to be taken from Mena Airport in the western part of the state. Rather than being a time of tranquility when the U.S. failed to pay attention to the gathering storm of terrorism, as New York Times columnist David Brooks frames it, the Clinton presidency saw rising tensions among the U.S., China and Russia because of Clinton’s malign foreign policies, and U.S. complicity in terrorist acts.

In so many ways, Clinton’s presidency set the groundwork for the disasters that were to follow under Bush II, Obama, Trump, and Biden. It was Clinton—building off of Reagan—who first waged a War on Terror ridden with double standards, one that adopted terror tactics, including extraordinary rendition, bombing and the use of drones. It was Clinton who cried wolf about human rights abuses and the need to protect beleaguered peoples from genocide to justify military intervention in a post-Cold War age. And it was Clinton’s administration that pressed for regime change in Iraq and raised public alarm about the mythic WMDs—all while relying on fancy new military technologies and private military contractors to distance US shady military interventions from the public to limit dissent.

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1 review for WARMONGER: How Clinton’s Malign Foreign Policy Launched the US Trajectory from Bush II to Biden

  1. Richard C. Cook

    “The title of Kuzmarov’s new book is Warmonger: How Clinton’s Malign Foreign Policy Launched the U.S. Trajectory from Bush II to Biden, just published by Clarity Press. Kuzmarov is a rare example of the merging of scholarship and journalism, presenting a mass of documented detail in a clear, descriptive, narrative style. As the story line proceeds, we are taken deeper into disclosures that often lead to disturbing conclusions. The effect is both enlightening and exhausting, as the reader learns more and more about how U.S. governance behaved so disreputably during a time that today is often obscure in our recollection.” RICHARD C. COOK, Veterans Today

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