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  1. Against an International Criminal Court
    Commentary, May 1998, pp. 56-58
  2. Auxiliary Precaution
    The Bill of Rights Is Not the Constitution's Most Important Safeguard of Liberty
    Policy Review, Winter 1990, pp. 68-73
  3. Averting an Iraq Syndrome
    The National Interest, Summer 2004, pp. 41-45
  4. A Clash of Interests
    Will it be the national interest, or the interests of the 'international community'? Th...
    National Review, April 5, 2004, pp. 24-26
  5. Comment and Correspondence
    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1991, pp. 150-154
  6. 'The Constitution in Danger'
    An Addendum
    The New York Review of Books, August 16, 1990, pp. 59-60
  7. 'The Constitution in Danger'
    An Exchange
    The New York Review of Books, May 17, 1990, pp. 50-56
  8. Correspondence
    The National Interest, Summer 1999, pp. 143-152
  9. Court Dismissed
    The ICC is a snare and a monstrosity---with no standing
    National Review, November 11, 2002, pp. 33-34
  10. Defending Post-INF Europe
    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1988, pp. 735-754
  11. Devil's Advocates
    Policy Review, February 2002, pp. 15-26
  12. The Soviet Military Today
    Does It Oppose Perestroika?
    Orbis, Spring 1991, pp. 163-178
  13. Enfeebling the Presidency
    The executive branch is a co-equal branch, or so the Framers said
    National Review, June 19, 2006, pp. 32-37
  14. Europe in the Balance
    Policy Review, June 2001, pp. 41-54
  15. Federalism (Cont'd.)
    Commentary, December 1996, pp. 47-50
  16. Framing the Framers
    The Left enlists some 'dead white males' in the cause of today's international law
    National Review, June 6, 2005, pp. 41-43
  17. Gunning for Gonzales
    The Left will assail the attorney general-designate on detainee policy; he, and we, sho...
    National Review, December 31, 2004, pp. 21-22
  18. How to Tread a Captured Terrorist
    Getting to the heart of an important question
    National Review, July 4, 2005, pp. 20-21
  19. Kerry's Laws of War
    The candidate's understanding means trouble for America, and the world
    National Review, October 25, 2004, pp. 28-29
  20. Leashing the Dogs of War
    The National Interest, Fall 2003, pp. 57-70
  21. Letters
    The National Interest, Fall 1993, pp. 109-114
  22. No Substitute for Victory
    As goes the Iraq War, so go many things
    National Review, November 20, 2006, pp. 35-38
  23. POWs and Others
    Detainees do not share a single status
    National Review, June 14, 2004, pp. 30-31
  24. 'Presidential Wars'
    An Exchange
    The New York Review of Books, November 21, 1991, p. 56
  25. Question Time
    The interrogation of terrorists by an idealistic country
    National Review, October 9, 2006, pp. 34-37
  26. Remember the Caroline!
    The doctrine of 'anticipatory self-defense'---more relevant than ever
    National Review, July 1, 2002, pp. 17-18
  27. Books, Arts & Manners
    Rights and Conflicts (Review)
    The Powers of War and Peace, by John Yoo
    1. The Powers of War and Peace by John Yoo
    National Review, November 21, 2005, pp. 48-51
  28. The Rocky Shoals of International Law
    The National Interest, Winter 2000, pp. 35-46
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    The Russian Revolution in Comparative Perspective (3 Reviews)
    The Russian Revolution, by Richard Pipes
    1. The Russian Revolution by Richard Pipes
    2. Citizens by Simon Schama
    3. The Reluctant Revolutionaries by W.A. Speck
    Problems of Communism, November 1991, pp. 124-134
  30. Supreme Court Rulings in a Time of War
    Three cases, now being tried
    National Review, May 17, 2004, pp. 34-36
  31. When in the Rome Treaty...
    ...get out: and get out now
    National Review, March 25, 2002, pp. 27-29
  32. Why We're There
    We went into Iraq, and persist there now, for sound reasons
    National Review, December 31, 2005, pp. 33-35
  33. Winning the Peace
    Dilemmas of Post-Soviet European Security
    Problems of Communism, January-April 1992, pp. 150-153
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