Staying out of Potential Nuclear Crossfires

Policy Analysis No. 199. November 24, 1993.

Declaring an Armistice in the International Drug War

Foreign Policy Briefing No. 26. July 26, 1993.

Setting a Dangerous Precedent in Somalia

Foreign Policy Briefing No. 20. December 18, 1992.

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

Foreign Policy Briefing No. 19. July 1, 1992.

The Case for U.S. Strategic Independence

Foreign Policy Briefing No. 16. January 16, 1992.

The U.S. Military Presence in the Philippines: Expensive and Unnecessary

Foreign Policy Briefing No. 12. July 29, 1991.

Time for Congress to Vote on the Issue of War in the Gulf

Foreign Policy Briefing No. 5. December 14, 1990.

Arabian Nightmares: Washington’s Persian Gulf Entanglement

Policy Analysis No. 142. November 9, 1990.

Perilous Panacea: The Military in the Drug War

Policy Analysis No. 128. February 15, 1990.

A Fortress Built on Quicksand: U.S. Policy Toward Pakistan

Policy Analysis No. 80. January 5, 1987.

U.S. Aid to Anti-Communist Rebels: The “Reagan Doctrine” and Its Pitfalls

Policy Analysis No. 74. June 24, 1986.

Global Interventionism and a New Imperial Presidency

Policy Analysis No. 71. May 16, 1986.

Pursuing a Strategic Divorce: The U.S. and the Anzus Alliance

Policy Analysis No. 67. February 27, 1986.

The U.S. Campaign Against International Narcotics Trafficking: A Cure Worse than the Disease

Policy Analysis No. 63. December 9, 1985.

The United States and Third World Dictatorships: A Case for Benign Detachment

Policy Analysis No. 58. August 15, 1985.