The China-Taiwan Military Balance: Implications for the United States
Foreign Policy Briefing No. 74. February 5, 2003.
Is Chinese Military Modernization a Threat to the United States?
Policy Analysis No. 465. January 23, 2003.
Why the United States Should Not Attack Iraq
Policy Analysis No. 464. December 17, 2002.
The Empire Strikes Out: The “New Imperialism” and Its Fatal Flaws
Policy Analysis No. 459. November 26, 2002.
Empty Promises: Why the Bush Administration’s Half-Hearted Attempts at Defense Reform Have Failed
Policy Analysis No. 442. June 11, 2002.
Reforming a Defense Industry Rife with Socialism, Industrial Policy, and Excessive Regulation
Policy Analysis No. 421. December 20, 2001.
Robust Response to 9/11 Is Needed but Poking the Hornets’ Nest Is Ill-Advised
Foreign Policy Briefing No. 69. December 18, 2001.
The Rogue State Doctrine and National Missile Defense
Foreign Policy Briefing No. 65. March 29, 2001.
A Hollow Debate on Military Readiness
Foreign Policy Briefing No. 62. October 17, 2000.
Let’s Make National Missile Defense Truly “National”
Foreign Policy Briefing No. 58. June 27, 2000.
Special Operations Military Training Abroad and Its Dangers
Foreign Policy Briefing No. 53. June 22, 1999.
Ballistic Missile Proliferation: Does the Clinton Administration Understand the Threat?
Foreign Policy Briefing No. 51. February 11, 1999.
Tilting at Windmills: Post-Cold War Military Threats to U.S. Security
Policy Analysis No. 332. February 8, 1999.
Does U.S. Intervention Overseas Breed Terrorism? The Historical Record
Foreign Policy Briefing No. 50. December 17, 1998.
Protecting the Homeland: The Best Defense Is to Give No Offense
Policy Analysis No. 306. May 5, 1998.
Subtract Unneeded Nuclear Attack Submarines from the Fleet
Foreign Policy Briefing No. 47. April 2, 1998.
The High Cost of NATO Expansion: Clearing the Administration’s Smoke Screen
Policy Analysis No. 286. October 29, 1997.