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  1. America Alone
    The American Conservative, January 1, 2011, pp. 33-34
  2. America Entangled (1991)
    The Persian Gulf Crisis and Its Consequences
    1 Review
  3. America's Coming War with China (2006)
    A Collision Course Over Taiwan
    2 Reviews
  4. America's Other War
    Chronicles, August 2006, pp. 30-32
  5. Beyond NATO (1994)
    Staying Out of Europe's Wars
    1 Review
  6. [+]
    The Book Case (Review)
    Defending the 'Peace Shield'
    1. While Others Build by Angelo Codevilla
    Reason, February 1989, pp. 52-53
  7. The Captive Press (1995)
    Foreign Policy Crisis and the First Amendment
    3 Reviews, 1 Readable
  8. News
    China and the North Korean Nuclear Crisis
    Chronicles, April 2006, pp. 22-25
  9. Closing the Nuclear Umbrella
    Foreign Affairs, March 1994, pp. 8-13
  10. [+]
    Cocaine Blues (Review)
    The White Labyrinth, by Rensselaer W. Lee III
    1. The White Labyrinth by Rensselaer W. Lee III
    Reason, Aug/Sept 1990, pp. 54-55
  11. Collective Defense or Strategic Independence (1989)
    Alternative Strategies for the Future
    2 Reviews
  12. Collision Course
    Chronicles, May 2006, pp. 24-25
  13. The Conscription Menace Returns
    A campaign to reinstitute involuntary servitude has been launched by Congressional 'mod...
    Reason, July 1977, pp. 32-33
  14. News
    Conservative Leninists and the War on Terror
    Chronicles, February 1, 2010, pp. 19-21
  15. Correspondence
    The National Interest, Summer 1995, pp. 102-107
  16. Articles
    Curbing Our Kids
    The New Anti-Youth Movement
    The Nation, January 19, 1985, pp. 39-41
  17. News
    Dealing With a Nuclear Iran
    Chronicles, March 2005, pp. 28-29
  18. Delusions of Grandeur (1997)
    The United Nations and Global Intervention
    1 Review
  19. Review Essay
    [+]
    Democracy and War (2 Reviews)
    Death by Government, by R.J. Rummel
    1. Death by Government by R.J. Rummel
    2. Power Kills by R.J. Rummel
    The Independent Review, Winter 1998, pp. 435-442
  20. Vital Signs
    Foreign Affairs
    Out on a Limb: America's Pledge to Defend Taiwan
    Chronicles, December 2004, p. 41
  21. Vital Signs
    Foreign Affairs
    The End of the Balkan Interlude?
    Chronicles, November 2007, pp. 42-44
  22. Vital Signs
    Foreign Affairs: Is Mexico the Next Colombia?
    Chronicles, November 2005, p. 44
  23. Forum: What Is Ours To Defend?
    Yes, But First Principles First
    The Harpers Monthly, July 1988, p. 47
  24. Features
    Global Interventionism and the Erosion of Domestic Liberty
    How U.S. foreign policy has harmed the nation economically, socially, and politically.
    The Freeman, November 1997, pp. 660-665
  25. How Good Was the Good War?
    The American Conservative, July 14, 2008, p. 13
  26. [+]
    Humanitarian Non-Intervention (3 Reviews)
    Bosnia: Faking Democracy After Dayton, by David Chandler
    1. Bosnia: Faking Democracy After Dayton by David Chandler
    2. Tripwire by Doug Bandow
    3. Dragon Strike by Humphrey Hawksley and Simon Holberton
    Reason, December 2000, p. 50
  27. [+]
    Impulse to Revolution in Latin America (Review)
    Impulse to Revolution in Latin America, by Jeffrey W. Barrett
    1. Impulse to Revolution in Latin America by Jeffrey W. Barrett
    Cato Journal, Fall 1987, pp. 552-559
  28. An Independent Course
    The National Interest, Fall 1990, pp. 28-30
  29. Views
    John McCain on Foreign Policy
    Even worse than Bush
    Chronicles, July 2008, pp. 14-16
  30. The Korean Conundrum (2004)
    America's Troubled Relations with North and South Korea
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  31. Reviews
    [+]
    Learning at the Periphery (Review)
    Squandered Victory, by Larry Diamond
    1. Squandered Victory by Larry Diamond
    Chronicles, January 2006, pp. 30-32
  32. The Korean Impasse
    Living with the Unthinkable
    The National Interest, Winter 2003, pp. 92-98
  33. News
    NATO at 60
    A hollow shell
    Chronicles, April 2009, pp. 26-29
  34. NATO's Empty Victory (2000)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  35. Comments
    NATO's Expensive Trip East
    Foreign Affairs, January 1998, pp. 2-6
  36. A New Proliferation Policy
    The National Interest, Summer 1992, pp. 63-72
  37. New War Order
    Before 9/11 or Iraq, the first Hitler of the month was Manuel Noriega
    The American Conservative, February 2010, pp. 22-23
  38. News
    North Korea and Iran
    Chronicles, November 2006, pp. 29-30
  39. Nuclear Power
    The American Conservative, December 15, 2003, p. 20
  40. Obama on Foreign Policy
    A mysterious work in progress
    Chronicles, October 2008, pp. 23-25
  41. Porn Busters
    Radical Feminists are Turning their Backs on the First Amendment in a Crusade to Clean ...
    Reason, October 1985, pp. 26-30
  42. The Reagan Doctrine
    Reason, June 1987, pp. 22-30
  43. Reject False Prophets
    Chronicles, March 2007, pp. 24-25
  44. [+]
    Resistance Tactics (Review)
    Strategic Nonviolent Conflict, by Peter Ackerman and Christopher Kruegler
    1. Strategic Nonviolent Conflict by Peter Ackerman and Christopher Kruegler
    Reason, January 1995, pp. 61-65
  45. [+]
    Why Did the East Germans Rebel? (Review)
    Pay Any Price, by Lloyd C. Gardner
    1. Pay Any Price by Lloyd C. Gardner
    The Independent Review, Fall 1997, pp. 314-317
  46. [+]
    Book Reviews (Review)
    Explaining NATO Enlargement, by Robert W. Ruchhaus
    1. Explaining NATO Enlargement by Robert W. Ruchhaus
    Political Science Quarterly, December 2001, p. 666
  47. Comments
    Roiling Asia
    Foreign Affairs, November 1998, pp. 2-6
  48. A Search for Enemies (1992)
    America's Alliances After the Cold War
    2 Reviews
  49. Shalt Thou Bear Faceless Witness?
    Crime Stoppers programs work, but they raise some troubling issues.
    Reason, April 1983, pp. 30-32
  50. Standing Guard Over Europe
    American troops in Europe were never meant to be a part of NATO--but they've been there...
    Reason, August 1984, pp. 43-48
  51. Strategy Creep in the Balkans
    The National Interest, Summer 1996, pp. 53-59
  52. News
    A Strategy to Quarantine the Violence in Iraq
    Conferring for peace
    Chronicles, April 2007, pp. 26-27
  53. [+]
    Taiwanese Linchpin (Review)
    A War Like No Other, by Richard C. Bush and Michael E. O'Hanlon
    1. A War Like No Other by Richard C. Bush and Michael E. O'Hanlon
    The American Conservative, November 5, 2007, pp. 31-32
  54. News
    Tethering the Hegemon
    The transatlantic divide on the use of force
    Chronicles, July 2007, pp. 24-27
  55. Transforming the Middle East
    Chronicles, June 2005, pp. 20-22
  56. The U.S.-South Korean Alliance (1992)
    Time for a Change
    1 Review
  57. Reportage
    The Unintended Consequences of Afghanistan
    World Policy Journal, Spring 1994, pp. 76-88
  58. United Colors of Democracy
    Why Americans see Thomas Jefferson in every would-be revolutionary around the world
    The American Conservative, September 2009, pp. 6-7
  59. [+]
    Vietnam: Leftist Dissection Not Incisive (Review)
    Anatomy of a War, by Gabriel Kolko
    1. Anatomy of a War by Gabriel Kolko
    Reason, January 1987, pp. 56-57
  60. Washington's Imperial Socialism
    Chronicles, July 2004, p. 26
  61. Washington's Smothering Strategy
    American Interests in East Asia
    World Policy Journal, Winter 1997, pp. 20-31
  62. What Price Safety?
    Security
    Reason, October 2002, pp. 34-37
  63. What Russia Wants
    Not world empire---just respect
    The American Conservative, September 22, 2008, pp. 6-7
  64. [+]
    Woodrow Wilson, R.I.P. (2 Reviews)
    The folly of humanitarian military intervention.
    1. Wilson's Ghost by Robert S. McNamara and James G. Blight
    2. Waging Modern War by General Wesley K. Clark
    Reason, November 2001, pp. 55-57
  65. Would the Founders Freak?
    They thought America could do best for the cause of liberty by eschewing allies and avo...
    Reason, Aug/Sept 1987, pp. 34-38
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