Solving Afghanistan’s Opium Problem

By Doug Bandow. October 20, 2004.

Putting Pakistan on the Campaign Agenda

By Christopher A. Preble and Subodh Atal. Chicago Sun-Times. October 11, 2004.

Upcoming Iraqi Election Foretells Stillborn Democracy

By Patrick Basham. September 30, 2004.

When Liberators Become Occupiers

By Christopher A. Preble. September 20, 2004.

What Napoleon and Bismarck Teach Us About Preventive War

By Stanley Kober. September 18, 2004.

Prerequisite for Victory Against Terrorism

By Charles V. Peña. September 12, 2004.

What the Presidential Candidates Aren’t Talking About

By William A. Niskanen. September 1, 2004.

Iran: Isolation or Engagement?

By Charles V. Peña. August 22, 2004.

Intelligence Services Are Not “Intelligent”

By Leon T. Hadar. August 21, 2004.

John Kerry’s War Vote: Profiles in Political Calculation?

By Gene Healy. August 20, 2004.

Iraqi Democracy Stumbles at Starting Gate

By Patrick Basham. August 11, 2004.

Exiting Iraq and Renewing the War on Al Qaeda

By Christopher A. Preble. August 4, 2004.

Neocons Forced to Face Reality

By Christopher A. Preble and Justin Logan. July 26, 2004.

Al Qaeda — Not Iraq — Is the Real Threat

By Charles V. Peña. July 22, 2004.

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs

By Alan Reynolds. July 17, 2004.

Overstating the Zarqawi threat

By Charles V. Peña. Daily Star. July 15, 2004.

The CIA and Iraq’s WMD

By Jeffrey Record and Charles V. Peña. July 13, 2004.

Bush Hoping for Mass Amnesia

By Doug Bandow. Japan Times. July 12, 2004.

Intelligence Failures Now and Then

By Christopher A. Preble. July 12, 2004.

Back to Deterrence, Please!

By Jeffrey Record. June 30, 2004.

A Sovereign Iraq: Now, the Hard Part

By Patrick Basham. June 30, 2004.

Little Else U.S. Can Do in Iraq

By Andrew Bacevich. June 29, 2004.

NATO: A Troubled Transatlantic Marriage

By Ted Galen Carpenter. June 28, 2004.

The Neo-cons’ Manufactured Case for War

By Stefan Halper and Jonathan Clarke. June 28, 2004.

CIA, WMD, and Accountability

By Alan Reynolds. June 25, 2004.