The United Nations Debt: Who Owes Whom?

By Cliff Kincaid. Policy Analysis No. 304. April 23, 1998.

Flawed Democracies: The Dubious Political Credentials of NATO’s Proposed New Members

By Thomas M. Magstadt. Policy Analysis No. 297. March 6, 1998.

Nato Expansion Flashpoint No. 3: Kaliningrad

By Stanley Kober. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 46. February 11, 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 High Cost of NATO Expansion: Clearing the Administration’s Smoke Screen

By Ivan Eland. Policy Analysis No. 286. October 29, 1997.

Nato Expansion Flashpoint No. 1: The Border between Poland and Belarus

By Ted Galen Carpenter and Andrew Stone. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 44. September 16, 1997.

Red Phoenix Rising? Dealing with the Communist Resurgence in Eastern Europe

By Roger Fontaine. Policy Analysis No. 255. June 13, 1996.

A Miasma of Corruption: The United Nations at 50

By Stefan Halper. Policy Analysis No. 253. April 30, 1996.

The Nunn-Lugar Act: A Wasteful and Dangerous Illusion

By Rich Kelly. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 39. March 18, 1996.

NATO Expansion and the Danger of a Second Cold War

By Stanley Kober. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 38. January 31, 1996.

The Western European Union as NATO’s Successor

By Barbara Conry. Policy Analysis No. 239. September 18, 1995.

Killing with Kindness: The UN Peacekeeping Mission in Bosnia

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

Faulty Repairs: The Law of the Sea Treaty is Still Unacceptable

By Doug Bandow. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 32. September 12, 1994.

Do Not Endorse the Law of the Sea Treaty

By Doug Bandow. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 29. January 27, 1994.

North Korea and the Risks of Coercive Nonproliferation

By Doug Bandow. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 24. May 4, 1993.

The Eurocorps: A Fresh Start in Europe

By Jonathan Clarke. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 21. December 28, 1992.

Let the Soviet Jews Come to America

By Sheldon L. Richman. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 13. October 3, 1991.

Countdown to Disaster: The Threat of Ballistic Missile Proliferation

By Channing R. Lukefahr. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 10. July 14, 1991.

NATO in the 1990s: Burden Shedding Replaces Burden Sharing

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

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

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

Gorbachev and Glasnost—A New Soviet Order? Implications for U.S. Foreign Policy

By Thomas M. Magstadt. Policy Analysis No. 117. March 20, 1989.

To Reduce Military Tensions in Europe, Ban Conscription

By Stanley Kober. Policy Analysis No. 116. March 19, 1989.

After the INF Treaty: A New Direction for America’s European Policy

By Christopher Layne. Policy Analysis No. 103. April 21, 1988.

Communism Between Marx and the Marketplace: Implications for U.S. Foreign Policy

By Thomas M. Magstadt. Policy Analysis No. 87. June 2, 1987.

Emigration and Citizenship: Implications for Soviet-American Relations

By Thomas M. Magstadt. Policy Analysis No. 70. May 2, 1986.