Bush’s National Security Strategy Is a Misnomer

By Charles V. Peña. Policy Analysis No. 496. October 30, 2003.

All the Players at the Table: A Multilateral Solution to the North Korean Nuclear Crisis

By Doug Bandow. Policy Analysis No. 478. June 26, 2003.

Missile Defense: Defending America or Building Empire?

By Charles V. Peña. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 77. May 28, 2003.

The Empire Strikes Out: The “New Imperialism” and Its Fatal Flaws

By Ivan Eland. Policy Analysis No. 459. November 26, 2002.

Unsavory Bedfellows: Washington’s International Partners in the War on Drugs

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 71. August 1, 2002.

Empty Promises: Why the Bush Administration’s Half-Hearted Attempts at Defense Reform Have Failed

By David Isenberg and Ivan Eland. Policy Analysis No. 442. June 11, 2002.

Old Folly in a New Disguise: Nation Building to Combat Terrorism

By Gary Dempsey. Policy Analysis No. 429. March 21, 2002.

Should the United States “Weaponize” Space? Military and Commercial Implications

By Charles V. Peña and Edward L. Hudgins. Policy Analysis No. 427. March 18, 2002.

Reforming a Defense Industry Rife with Socialism, Industrial Policy, and Excessive Regulation

By Ivan Eland. Policy Analysis No. 421. December 20, 2001.

Robust Response to 9/11 Is Needed but Poking the Hornets’ Nest Is Ill-Advised

By Ivan Eland. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 69. December 18, 2001.

The Anti-Terrorism Coalition: Don’t Pay an Excessive Price

By Charles V. Peña. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 68. December 11, 2001.

Economic Security: A National Security Folly?

By Donald Losman. Policy Analysis No. 409. August 1, 2001.

The Rogue State Doctrine and National Missile Defense

By Ivan Eland and Daniel Lee. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 65. March 29, 2001.

Arrogance of Power Reborn: The Imperial Presidency and Foreign Policy in the Clinton Years

By Gene Healy. Policy Analysis No. 389. December 13, 2000.

A Foreign Policy Report Card on the Clinton-Gore Administration

By Jonathan Clarke. Policy Analysis No. 382. October 3, 2000.

Constitutional Problems with Enforcing the Biological Weapons Convention

By Ronald D. Rotunda. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 61. September 28, 2000.

From the Sea: National Missile Defense Is Neither Cheap Nor Easy

By Charles V. Peña. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 60. September 6, 2000.

“Isolationism” as the Denial of Intervention: What Foreign Policy Is and Isn’t

By Earl C. Ravenal. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 57. April 27, 2000.

Green Wars: Making Environmental Degradation a National Security Issue Puts Peace and Security at Risk

By Paul Benjamin. Policy Analysis No. 369. April 20, 2000.

The United States Should Begin Work on a New Bomber Now

By Williamson Murray. Policy Analysis No. 368. March 16, 2000.

Corporate Welfare for Weapons Makers: The Hidden Costs of Spending on Defense and Foreign Aid

By William D. Hartung. Policy Analysis No. 350. August 12, 1999.

Special Operations Military Training Abroad and Its Dangers

By John Rudy and Ivan Eland. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 53. June 22, 1999.

National Missile Defense: Examining the Options

By Charles V. Peña and Barbara Conry. Policy Analysis No. 337. March 16, 1999.

Hard Choices: Fighter Procurement in the Next Century

By Williamson Murray. Policy Analysis No. 334. February 26, 1999.

Ballistic Missile Proliferation: Does the Clinton Administration Understand the Threat?

By Timothy M. Beard and Ivan Eland. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 51. February 11, 1999.