Burma: Democratic Hopes Versus Authoritarian Fears

Huffington Post. October 17, 2012.

The Nobel Prize Fantasy: The European Union as a Peacekeeper

Forbes. October 15, 2012.

Romney vs. Reagan

Huffington Post. October 9, 2012.

Will NATO Intervene in Syria?

National Interest (Online). October 9, 2012.

Electoral Shock in Georgia: Time for Tbilisi to Abandon NATO Nightmare

Forbes. October 8, 2012.

Religion under Harassment

American Spectator. September 25, 2012.

Lacking a First Amendment, Great Britain Is Hostile toward Religion

Forbes. September 24, 2012.

Myanmar: Good News in a World Aflame

National Interest (Online). September 24, 2012.

Washington’s Mideast Follies

National Interest (Online). September 19, 2012.

The Battle of Antietam: The Civil War Drenches America in Blood

Forbes. September 17, 2012.

Campaign Rhetoric Undermines Good Relations with China

China-US Focus. September 15, 2012.

The Path to Tax Reform: Cutting Taxes for Those Who Pay for Them

Forbes. September 10, 2012.

Voting for President: The Lesser Evil Is Still Rather Evil

Forbes. September 3, 2012.

Pyongyang’s Future Is in Beijing

National Interest (Online). August 29, 2012.

Systematic Tyranny: How the Kim Dynasty Holds the North Korean People in Bondage

Forbes. August 27, 2012.

Rewriting Its Own Bad Obamacare Law

American Spectator (Online). August 22, 2012.

Where to Cut the Federal Budget? Start by Killing Corporate Welfare

Forbes. August 20, 2012.

Containing Pyongyang

National Interest (Online). August 13, 2012.

How NATO Expansion Makes America Less Safe

Forbes. August 13, 2012.

Choosing between Two Evils in Syria

National Interest (Online). August 6, 2012.

Federal Spending: Killing the Economy with Government Stimulus

Forbes. August 6, 2012.

Syrian WMDs Don’t Justify Intervention

National Interest (Online). August 2, 2012.

Getting around Big Government: The Seastead Revolution Begins to Take Shape

Forbes. July 30, 2012.

Countrywide Corruption on Capitol Hill

American Spectator (Online). July 23, 2012.

Shut Down the World Bank: Jin Yong Kim Should Be Its Last President

Forbes. July 23, 2012.