Author Archives: Doug Bandow
These poseurs of fiscal responsibility are about to drive up debt to its highest levels since World War II.
Featuring all the magical thinking that you’ve come to expect from the foreign policy establishment.
Carrying on the tradition of hubris and hypocrisy of every other modern U.N. ambassador.
Provocative U.S. military exercises in Northeast Asia aren’t helping.
Three steps toward solving the current crisis.
Isolating a weak regime won’t bring peace.
The Persian Gulf is full of expats, foreign workers, and fat cats.
Trump’s policy protects communist dictatorship
What happened to the president who promised to make Europe pay for its own defense?
The price of America’s reflexive defense of populous and prosperous allies is getting much higher.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan has destroyed founder Ataturk’s secular heritage and taken his nation down an Islamist path.
A cheerleader for the U.S. as global policeman severely overestimates how much anyone—Americans or otherwise—agrees with his idea.
The purpose is not to discriminate against Islam, but to recognize the unique situation of non-Muslims in the Middle East.
Isolation has failed. Talking might help.
He appears willing to kick nations off of the U.S. defense dole.
Even when well-meaning, Washington often has done far more harm than good.
The British people must decide whether the risk of Leviathan outweighs the benefits of centralization.
Americans who want liberty at home should be wary of expats who seek U.S. intervention abroad.
Our military aid to Seoul gives Pyongyang its only edge.
America risks conflict with China for a feeble ally.← Older posts
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