U.S. Conduct Creates Perverse Incentives for Proliferation

By Ted Galen Carpenter and Doug Bandow. Nuclear Proliferation Update No. 4. December 28, 2009.

The Citizens’ Guide to Transportation Reauthorization

By Randal O’Toole. Briefing Paper No. 116. December 10, 2009.

Made on Earth: How Global Economic Integration Renders Trade Policy Obsolete

By Daniel J. Ikenson. Trade Policy Analysis No. 42. December 2, 2009.

Nuclear Weapons Spending Deserves Greater Scrutiny

By Christopher A. Preble. Nuclear Proliferation Update No. 3. November 30, 2009.

Three Decades of Politics and Failed Policies at HUD

By Tad DeHaven. Policy Analysis No. 655. November 23, 2009.

Bending the Productivity Curve: Why America Leads the World in Medical Innovation

By Glen Whitman and Raymond Raad. Policy Analysis No. 654. November 18, 2009.

The Myth of the Compact City: Why Compact Development Is Not the Way to Reduce Carbon Dioxide Emissions

By Randal O’Toole. Policy Analysis No. 653. November 18, 2009.

Attack of the Utility Monsters: The New Threats to Free Speech

By Jason Kuznicki. Policy Analysis No. 652. November 16, 2009.

Fairness 2.0: Media Content Regulation in the 21st Century

By Robert Corn-Revere. Policy Analysis No. 651. November 10, 2009.

ObamaCare: A Bad Deal for Young Adults

By Aaron Yelowitz. Briefing Paper No. 115. November 5, 2009.

Reflections on Communism Twenty Years after the Fall of the Berlin Wall

By Paul Hollander. Development Policy Analysis No. 11. November 2, 2009.

Will Federal Health Legislation Cause the Deficit to Soar?

By Daniel J. Mitchell. Tax and Budget Bulletin No. 58. November 1, 2009.

Nuclear Diplomacy with Iran: A Skeptic’s View

By Justin Logan. Nuclear Proliferation Update No. 2. October 26, 2009.

Yes, Mr. President: A Free Market Can Fix Health Care

By Michael F. Cannon. Policy Analysis No. 650. October 21, 2009.

Socialism Kills: The Human Cost of Delayed Economic Reform in India

By Swaminathan S. Anklesaria Aiyar. Development Briefing Paper No. 4. October 21, 2009.

Somalia, Redux: A More Hands-Off Approach

By David Axe. Policy Analysis No. 649. October 12, 2009.

Would a Stricter Fed Policy and Financial Regulation Have Averted the Financial Crisis?

By Jagadeesh Gokhale and Peter Van Doren. Policy Analysis No. 648. October 8, 2009.

Why Sustainability Standards for Biofuel Production Make Little Economic Sense

By Harry de Gorter and David R. Just. Policy Analysis No. 647. October 7, 2009.

How Urban Planners Caused the Housing Bubble

By Randal O’Toole. Policy Analysis No. 646. October 1, 2009.

Vallejo Con Dios: Why Public Sector Unionism Is a Bad Deal for Taxpayers and Representative Government

By Don Bellante, David Denholm, and Ivan G. Osorio. Policy Analysis No. 645. September 28, 2009.

All the President’s Mandates: Compulsory Health Insurance Is a Government Takeover

By Michael F. Cannon. Briefing Paper No. 114. September 23, 2009.

Getting What You Paid For — Paying For What You Get: Proposals for the Next Transportation Reauthorization

By Randal O’Toole. Policy Analysis No. 644. September 15, 2009.

Escaping the “Graveyard of Empires”: A Strategy to Exit Afghanistan

By Malou Innocent and Ted Galen Carpenter. White Paper. September 14, 2009.

Burning Rubber: Proposed Duties on Chinese Tires Whiff of Senseless Protectionism

By Daniel J. Ikenson. Free Trade Bulletin No. 39. September 11, 2009.

A Harsh Climate for Trade: How Climate Change Proposals Threaten Global Commerce

By Sallie James. Trade Policy Analysis No. 41. September 9, 2009.