Creating a U.S Policy of Constructive Disengagement in the Middle East

By Leon T. Hadar. Policy Analysis No. 125. December 29, 1989.

Economic Sanctions: Foreign Policy Levers or Signals?

By Joseph G. Gavin III. Policy Analysis No. 124. November 7, 1989.

The Promise of High-Definition Television: The Hype and the Reality

By Thomas Gale Moore. Policy Analysis No. 123. August 30, 1989.

The Farm Credit Quagmire

By James Bovard. Policy Analysis No. 122. July 27, 1989.

Thinking about Drug Legalization

By James Ostrowski. Policy Analysis No. 121. May 25, 1989.

Debt, Leveraged Buyouts, and Corporate Governance

By Barry E. Adler and Larry E. Ribstein. Policy Analysis No. 120. May 2, 1989.

Sequestration: Gramm-Rudman’s Potent Weapon for Spending Restraint

By Daniel J. Mitchell. Policy Analysis No. 119. April 24, 1989.

The Pitfalls of U.S. Covert Operations

By David Isenberg. Policy Analysis No. 118. April 7, 1989.

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.

Abolish Medicare Taxes on the Elderly

By Peter J. Ferrara. Policy Analysis No. 115. January 25, 1989.