Staying out of Potential Nuclear Crossfires

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Policy Analysis No. 199. November 24, 1993.

Loose Cannon: The National Endowment for Democracy

By Barbara Conry. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 27. November 8, 1993.

The Cold War Navy in the Post War World

By Christopher A. Preble. Policy Analysis No. 195. August 2, 1993.

Declaring an Armistice in the International Drug War

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 26. July 26, 1993.

Present at the Re-Creation: The Need for a Rebirth of American Foreign Policy

By Jonathan Clarke. Policy Analysis No. 191. March 31, 1993.

Politics and the National Defense: The 1993 Defense Bill

By Jeffrey R. Gerlach. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 22. January 20, 1993.

Setting a Dangerous Precedent in Somalia

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 20. December 18, 1992.

The CIA as Economic Spy: The Misuse of U.S. Intelligence After the Cold War

By Stanley Kober. Policy Analysis No. 185. December 8, 1992.

Pentagon Myths and Global Realities: The 1993 Military Budget

By Jeffrey R. Gerlach. Policy Analysis No. 171. May 24, 1992.

The Sins of Security Assistance Programs

By David Isenberg. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 18. February 27, 1992.

The Case for U.S. Strategic Independence

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 16. January 16, 1992.

The Illusion of Power: Aircraft Carriers and U.S. Military Strategy

By David Isenberg. Policy Analysis No. 134. June 8, 1990.

Perilous Panacea: The Military in the Drug War

By Ted Galen Carpenter and R. Channing Rouse. Policy Analysis No. 128. February 15, 1990.

Economic Sanctions: Foreign Policy Levers or Signals?

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

The Pitfalls of U.S. Covert Operations

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

U.S. Military Spending in the Cold War Era: Opportunity Costs, Foreign Crises, and Domestic Constraints

By Robert Higgs. Policy Analysis No. 114. November 30, 1988.

More Defense Spending for Smaller Forces: What Hath DoD Wrought?

By William A. Niskanen. Policy Analysis No. 110. July 29, 1988.

An Alternative to Containment

By Earl C. Ravenal. Policy Analysis No. 94. November 25, 1987.

Better Now Than Never: Economic and Social Reforms in South Africa

By Peter J. Spiro. Policy Analysis No. 81. January 27, 1987.

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

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Policy Analysis No. 74. June 24, 1986.

Global Interventionism and a New Imperial Presidency

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Policy Analysis No. 71. May 16, 1986.

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

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Policy Analysis No. 63. December 9, 1985.

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

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Policy Analysis No. 58. August 15, 1985.

Reagan, National Security, and the First Amendment: Plugging Leaks by Shutting Off the Main

By Frederick W. Whatley. Policy Analysis No. 37. May 8, 1984.

The Military Industrial Firm — Private Enterprise Revised

By John E. Ullmann. Policy Analysis No. 29. November 9, 1983.