Avoiding a Korean Calamity: Why Resolving the Dispute with Pyongyang Requires Keeping the Peace

Policy Analysis No. 840. April 26, 2018.

Will China Solve the North Korea Problem? The United States Should Develop a Diplomatic Strategy to Persuade Beijing to Help

Policy Analysis No. 806. December 6, 2016.

A Free Trade Agreement with South Korea Would Promote Both Prosperity and Security

Trade Briefing Paper No. 31. October 20, 2010.

The U.S.-South Korea Alliance: Outdated, Unnecessary, and Dangerous

Foreign Policy Briefing No. 90. July 14, 2010.

Dealing with Burma, a Potential Nuclear Power?

Nuclear Proliferation Update No. 8. April 21, 2010.

U.S. Conduct Creates Perverse Incentives for Proliferation

Nuclear Proliferation Update No. 4. December 28, 2009.

Negotiating with North Korea: Who’s In Charge?; Engaging China to Solve the North Korea Problem

Nuclear Proliferation Update. September 2, 2009.

Avoiding Medicare’s Pharmaceutical Trap

Policy Analysis No. 556. November 30, 2005.

Don’t Resurrect the Law of the Sea Treaty

Policy Analysis No. 552. October 13, 2005.

Don’t Ban Technology to Solve Copyright Problems

TechKnowledge No. 62. October 10, 2003.

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

Policy Analysis No. 478. June 26, 2003.

Wrong War, Wrong Place, Wrong Time: Why Military Action Should Not Be Used to Resolve the North Korean Nuclear Crisis

Foreign Policy Briefing No. 76. May 12, 2003.

Demonizing Drugmakers: The Political Assault on the Pharmaceutical Industry

Policy Analysis No. 475. May 8, 2003.

Bring the Troops Home: Ending the Obsolete Korean Commitment

Policy Analysis No. 474. May 7, 2003.

Fighting the War against Terrorism: Elite Forces, Yes; Conscripts, No

Policy Analysis No. 430. April 10, 2002.

Befriending Saudi Princes: A High Price for a Dubious Alliance

Policy Analysis No. 428. March 20, 2002.

Needless Entanglements: Washington’s Expanding Security Ties in Southeast Asia

Policy Analysis No. 401. May 24, 2001.

Instability in the Philippines: A Case Study for U.S. Disengagement

Foreign Policy Briefing No. 64. March 21, 2001.

Korean Détente: A Threat to Washington’s Anachronistic Military Presence?

Foreign Policy Briefing No. 59. August 17, 2000.

Fixing What Ain’t Broke: The Renewed Call for Conscription

Policy Analysis No. 351. August 31, 1999.

Old Wine in New Bottles: The Pentagon’s East Asia Security Strategy Report

Policy Analysis No. 344. May 18, 1999.

Okinawa: Liberating Washington’s East Asian Military Colony

Policy Analysis No. 314. September 1, 1998.

Free Rider: South Korea’s Dual Dependence on America

Policy Analysis No. 308. May 19, 1998.

Help or Hindrance: Can Foreign Aid Prevent International Crises?

Policy Analysis No. 273. April 25, 1997.

Uncle Sam as Investment Banker: The Failure of Washington’s Overseas Enterprise Funds

Policy Analysis No. 260. September 19, 1996.