Do We Need to Go to War For Oil?

By David R. Henderson. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 4. October 24, 1990.

Banking on Poverty: An Insider’s Look at the World Bank

By Michael H. K. Irwin. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 3. September 20, 1990.

The Collision Course on Textile Quotas

By Thomas Grennes. Policy Analysis No. 140. September 12, 1990.

Aiding Eastern Europe: The Leveraged Harm of “Leveraged Aid”

By Melanie S. Tammen. Policy Analysis No. 139. September 10, 1990.

The Rise of the Middle Eastern Bogeyman: Toward Post-Cold-War Interventionism

By Leon T. Hadar. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 2. September 5, 1990.

Ending the Free Airplane Rides of Infants: A Myopic Method of Saving Lives

By Richard B. McKenzie and Dwight R. Lee. Briefing Paper No. 11. August 30, 1990.

The Perils of Managed Trade

By Susan W. Liebeler and Michael S. Knoll. Policy Analysis No. 138. August 29, 1990.

Subsidies to the Arts: Cultivating Mediocrity

By Bill Kauffman. Policy Analysis No. 137. August 8, 1990.

Uncle Sam, Rock ‘N’ Roll, and Higher Education

By Charles Sykes. Policy Analysis No. 136. July 25, 1990.

Farm Bill Follies of 1990

By James Bovard. Policy Analysis No. 135. July 12, 1990.

NATO in the 1990s: Burden Shedding Replaces Burden Sharing

By Rosemary Fiscarelli. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 1. June 26, 1990.

Market Squabbles: SEC v. CFTC

By Charles M. Seeger. Briefing Paper No. 10. June 13, 1990.

The Illusion of Power: Aircraft Carriers and U.S. Military Strategy

By David Isenberg. Policy Analysis No. 134. June 8, 1990.

Perestroika and the Soviet Military: Implications for U.S. Policy

By Edward A. Corcoran. Policy Analysis No. 133. May 29, 1990.

Housing Policy in New York: Myth and Reality

By Cassandra Chrones Moore. Policy Analysis No. 132. April 4, 1990.

JTPA: Another Federal Training Fraud

By James Bovard. Policy Analysis No. 131. March 27, 1990.

National Service: The Enduring Panacea

By Doug Bandow. Policy Analysis No. 130. March 22, 1990.

Cut the Social Security Payroll Tax

By Daniel J. Mitchell. Policy Analysis No. 129. March 8, 1990.

Education: Is America Spending too Much?

By John Hood. Policy Analysis No. 126. February 18, 1990.

Perilous Panacea: The Military in the Drug War

By Ted Galen Carpenter and R. Channing Rouse. Policy Analysis No. 128. February 15, 1990.

The Source of America’s Housing Problem: Look in Your Own Back Yard

By William Tucker. Policy Analysis No. 127. February 6, 1990.

Creating a U.S Policy of Constructive Disengagement in the Middle East

By Leon T. Hadar. Policy Analysis No. 125. December 29, 1989.

Economic Sanctions: Foreign Policy Levers or Signals?

By Joseph G. Gavin III. Policy Analysis No. 124. November 7, 1989.

The Promise of High-Definition Television: The Hype and the Reality

By Thomas Gale Moore. Policy Analysis No. 123. August 30, 1989.

The Farm Credit Quagmire

By James Bovard. Policy Analysis No. 122. July 27, 1989.