all you peace groups on campus out there, here’s your BIG
chance to do something socially responsible AND spice up your campus
forum, meeting, or whatever – by inviting a speaker from the
Antiwar.com Speakers Bureau. Antiwar.com’s regular columnists
are now available for booking. See the list below for all available
Of course, you don’t have to be a "peace group"
– just as long as you don’t mind someone who speaks
his mind, and speaks truth to power.
For more information, email
Culture Editor/Outreach Coordinator Michael Austin or click
on an individual below for their specific contact information.
[Rates for all speakers are negotiable, depending on the nature
of your organization, the date you wish to engage the particular
speaker, etc. All speakers ask at least full reimbursement for
travel and lodging expenses.]
War Party: Who They Are, and What They Want"
Spies in the Pentagon? What’s Up With That?"
Revenge: How the Neocons Hijacked U.S. Foreign Policy and Lied
Us Into War"
Bandow is a Washington-based political writer and policy analyst
and a member of the Coalition for a Realistic Foreign Policy.
He served as a special assistant to President Ronald Reagan and
as a senior policy analyst in the 1980 Reagan for President campaign.
He has been
widely published in leading newspapers and periodicals and has
appeared on numerous radio and television shows. He has written
and edited several books, including Foreign Follies: America's
New Global Empire (Xulon Press), The Korean Conundrum: America's
Troubled Relations with North and South Korea (Palgrave/Macmillan,
coauthor), Tripwire: Korea and U.S. Foreign Policy in a Changed
World (Cato), Perpetuating Poverty: The World Bank, the IMF, and
the Developing World (Cato, coeditor), and Military Manpower and
Human Resources (National Defense University).
Foreign Policy for a Republic"
"Foreign Aid or Foreign Hindrance?"
"Two Cheers for Globalization"
"North Korean Nukes and South Korean Taunts: Leave Korea
for the Koreans"
" China: Inevitable Enemy?"
"Asian Hotspots and American Security"
"Iraq: Better to Get Out Than to Stay and Die"
"Confronting an Iranian Bomb"
"Israel and the Mideast: Time for America to Go Home"
"George W. Bush: Wilsonian Liberal in Drag"
"Immigration: American Principles and Prudence in Conflict?"
V. Peña is a senior fellow with the Coalition
for a Realistic Foreign Policy, an adviser to the Straus
Military Reform Project, and an analyst for MSNBC television.
He has also appeared on CNN, Fox News, NBC Nightly News,
ABC World News Tonight, CBS Evening News, and The
McLaughlin Group, as well as international television and radio.
Peña is the co-author of Exiting
Iraq: Why the U.S. Must End the Military Occupation and Renew the
War Against al-Qaeda, and author of the upcoming Winning
the Un-War: A New Strategy for the War on Terrorism.
R. Henderson is a research fellow with the Hoover Institution and
an associate professor of economics in the Graduate School of Business
and Public Policy at the Naval Postgraduate School. He is author
Joy of Freedom: An Economist’s Odyssey and editor of The
Concise Encyclopedia of Economics,
available online. His latest book, co-authored with Charles
L. Hooper, is Making
Great Decisions in Business and Life (Chicago Park Press.)
He has appeared on The O’Reilly Factor, the Jim Lehrer Newshour,
CNN, and C-SPAN. He has had over 100 articles published in Fortune,
the Wall Street Journal, Red Herring, Barron’s, National Review,
Reason, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, the Christian
Science Monitor. He has also testified before the House Ways
and Means Committee, the Senate Armed Services Committee, and the
Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources. His web site is www.DavidrHenderson.com.
Eland is the author of The Efficacy of Economic Sanctions as a Foreign
Policy Tool, a contributor to numerous volumes, and the author of
forty-five in-depth studies on national security issues. His articles
have appeared in Arms Control Today, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists,
Emory Law Journal, The Independent Review, Issues in Science and
Technology (National Academy of Sciences), Mediterranean Quarterly,
Middle East and International Review, Middle East Policy, Nexus,
and Northwestern Journal of International Affairs.
Bock is Senior Essayist at the Orange County Register and a weekly
columnist for WorldNetDaily. He is the author of Ambush at
Ruby Ridge (Putnam-Berkley, 1995). He is also author of the
new book Waiting to Inhale: The Politics of Medical Marijuana
(Seven Locks Press). His exclusive column appears every Tuesday
Malic left his home in Bosnia after the Dayton Accords and currently
resides in the United States. During the Bosnian War he had exposure
to diplomatic and media affairs in Sarajevo, and contributed to
the Independent. As a historian who specializes in international
relations and the Balkans, Malic has written numerous essays on
the Kosovo War, Bosnia and Serbian politics. His exclusive column
for Antiwar.com appears every Thursday.
Teresa Whitehurst is a clinical psychologist and the author of Jesus
on Parenting, (Baker Books, 9/2004). She teaches parenting workshops,
works on leadership research, and writes articles about Christ-centered
perspectives on current issues. Visit
her website for more information.