Privacy and Human Rights: Comparing the United States to Europe

By Solveig Singleton. White Paper. December 1, 1999.

Faulty Justifications and Ominous Prospects: NATO’s “Victory” in Kosovo

By Christopher Layne. Policy Analysis No. 357. October 25, 1999.

Replacing Potemkin Capitalism: Russia’s Need for a Free-Market Financial System

By Kurt Schuler and George Selgin. Policy Analysis No. 348. June 7, 1999.

Blunder in the Balkans: The Clinton Administration’s Bungled War against Serbia

By Christopher Layne. Policy Analysis No. 345. May 20, 1999.

U.S. Assistance for Market Reforms: Foreign Aid Failures in Russia and the Former Soviet Bloc

By Janine R. Wedel. Policy Analysis No. 338. March 22, 1999.

Rethinking the Dayton Agreement: Bosnia Three Years Later

By Gary Dempsey. Policy Analysis No. 327. December 14, 1998.

The Case for a Russian Currency Board System

By Steve H. Hanke. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 49. October 14, 1998.

Washington’s Kosovo Policy: Consequences and Contradictions

By Gary Dempsey. Policy Analysis No. 321. October 8, 1998.

Nato Expansion Flashpoint No. 2: The Border between Hungary and Serbia

By Ted Galen Carpenter and Pavel Kislitsyn. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 45. November 24, 1997.

The Domino Theory Reborn: Clinton’s Bosnia Intervention and the “Wider War” Thesis

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 42. August 15, 1996.

Holbrooke Horror: The U.S. Peace Plan for Bosnia

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 37. October 27, 1995.

The United States and Future Bosnias

By Jonathan Clarke. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 36. August 8, 1995.

Killing with Kindness: The UN Peacekeeping Mission in Bosnia

By John F. Hillen III. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 34. June 30, 1995.

U.S. Troops In Macedonia: Back Door To War?

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 30. March 17, 1994.

European Monetary Reform: The Pitfalls of Central Planning

By Kevin Dowd. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 28. December 27, 1993.

Soft Assistance for Hard Russian Reform

By Karen LaFollette. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 25. June 3, 1993.

Providing A Haven for Refugees: an Alternative to U.S. Military Intervention in the Balkans

By Jeffrey R. Gerlach. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 23. April 12, 1993.

Foreign Policy Masochism: The Campaign for U.S. Intervention in Yugoslavia

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 19. July 1, 1992.

Currency Convertibility: A Self-Help Blueprint for the Commonwealth of Independent States

By Steve H. Hanke and Kurt Schuler. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 17. January 22, 1992.

Washington’s Iron Curtain against East European Exports

By James Bovard. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 15. January 7, 1992.

Replacing the Ruble in Lithuania: Real Change versus Pseudoreform

By Kurt Schuler, George Selgin and Joseph Sinkey Jr.. Policy Analysis No. 163. October 28, 1991.

Sweden: From Capitalist Success to Welfare-State Sclerosis

By Peter Stein. Policy Analysis No. 160. September 10, 1991.

Government Loans for the Soviet Union: A Disservice to U.S. Taxpayers and Soviets Alike

By Karen LaFollette. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 8. April 26, 1991.

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

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

Subsidies to the Arts: Cultivating Mediocrity

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