Doug Bandow, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, is the
author of Tripwire: Korea and U.S.
Foreign Policy in a Changed World (Cato)
Latest from Doug Bandow
It's the day after the presidential election. The winning candidate asks you to recommend three books to read before inauguration. Only one may be more than 10 years old. What do you suggest-and why?
Why we can't trust the INS with U.S. refugee policy.
Get the superpowers out of Europe
A government bypass is the remedy. The argument now is how to prepare the patient for surgery.
The war is long over, South Korea's economy is flourishing, democracy is on the rise…it's time to make a graceful exit.
For Classic Coke and condoms, gold coins and Maggie Thatcher, tax cuts and AIDS…A look backward and forward by a host of REASON friends.
If you believed candidate Ronald Reagan in 1980, you should have seen federal spending of $760 billion last year. Instead, it was $842 billion. Any guesses about 1988 spending?
Do we really want an international cartel with a stranglehold on oceanbed resources?
The GOP platform is a curious mixture of pragmatism and purity.
America's real defense needs will not be met by draft registration.
The California Bar Association would like to see fewer lawyers-and that's supposed to help consumers?