In foreign policy, neolibertartianism would be characterized by,
* A policy of diplomacy that promotes consensual government and human rights and opposes dictatorship.
* A policy of using US military force solely at the discretion of the US, but only in circumstances where American interests are directly affected.
Being strongly against interventionism, war, corporatism (what other "American interests" could possibly be affected ?) and American imperialism, I can't accept this Neo-Libertarian position. War is the most dramatic instance of political power there is. I can't ever imagine subscribing to a position that suppots warfare beyond necessary self-defense, as much as I like it. I would sacrifice a great deal of principles before I sacrifice that one.
So what should we do ? Either we join the Neo-Libertarians, or we release the Chitinous Attack Squirrels on them. I see no other option.