Romney’s $2 Trillion Gimmick

By Christopher A. Preble. Huffington Post. October 14, 2011.

America’s Military Spending Is Foreign Aid — Cut It

By Justin Logan. US News and World Report Online. October 11, 2011.

Cut the Defense Budget. … and Get Others to Do More

By Christopher A. Preble. Big Peace. October 4, 2011.

Cut Defense Now, Build Strategy Later

By Benjamin H. Friedman and Harvey M. Sapolsky. AOL Defense. September 29, 2011.

What Defense Cuts?

By Benjamin H. Friedman and Caitlin Talmadge. The Politico. September 20, 2011.

Job-Killing Politicians, Modern Military Hawks, and Hapless Central Banks

By Edward H. Crane. Forbes. September 14, 2011.

Cut Defense before Raising Taxes

By Michael D. Tanner. National Review (Online). September 14, 2011.

Considering the Costs and Benefits of Counterterrorism

By Christopher A. Preble. Huffington Post. September 9, 2011.

Target Everything in the Budget, Including Military Expenditures

By Doug Bandow. Forbes. August 1, 2011.

US War Debt Dances on the Ceiling

By David Isenberg. Asia Times. July 20, 2011.

Washington Shifts Its Priorities Closer to Home

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Aspenia. June 21, 2011.

U.S. Military Must Cost Less and Do Less

By Christopher A. Preble. CNN.com. June 17, 2011.

Robert Gates’ Victory Lap

By Christopher A. Preble. DefenseNews. June 6, 2011.

Think Again: Bob Gates

By Benjamin H. Friedman and Justin Logan. Foreign Policy. June 3, 2011.

More Spending, Less Security

By Benjamin H. Friedman. The New York Times (Online). May 9, 2011.

Domestic Military Detention Isn’t Necessary

By David Rittgers. Huffington Post. May 9, 2011.

Bring Africa Command Home

By Benjamin H. Friedman and Harvey M. Sapolsky. DefenseNews. May 9, 2011.

When Intervention Is Easy

By Harvey M. Sapolsky and Benjamin H. Friedman. Philadelphia Inquirer. April 8, 2011.

Best Defense

By Justin Logan. American Conservative. February 23, 2011.

Solving the Debt Crisis: A Military Budget for a Republic

By Doug Bandow. Forbes. January 31, 2011.

New Republicans, Same Old Militarism

By Benjamin H. Friedman. Philadelphia Inquirer. January 24, 2011.

America Alone

By Ted Galen Carpenter. American Conservative. January 11, 2011.

For Big-Spending Hawks, the U.S. Military’s Work Is Never Done

By Doug Bandow. Daily Caller. November 26, 2010.

A U.S. Defense Budget Worthy of Its Name

By Christopher A. Preble and Benjamin H. Friedman. Globalist. November 18, 2010.

Will the Tea Tempest Storm the Pentagon?

By Christopher A. Preble and John Samples. Philadelphia Inquirer. November 4, 2010.