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Doug Bandow

Doug Bandow is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, specializing in foreign policy and civil liberties. He worked as special assistant to President Reagan and editor of the political magazine Inquiry. He writes regularly for Fortune magazine, National Interest, Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Times

ARTICLES BY THIS CONTRIBUTOR:
  Regime Change in Syria: Pick Your Poison
  Targeted Assassinations: Killing the Republic?
  Uncle Sam Goes Bust
  Europe: Welmacht or Laughingstock
  From Good War to Bad Social Engineering
  Social Security’s Coming Crash
  Bailout Mania
  The Obama Presidency: The Triumph of (Lots of) Experience Over (a Little) Hope?
  The Burmese Tragedy
  Abortion: No Libertarian Triumph
  On the Lam From the Census Bureau
  Social Security’s War on Families
  Committing Political Suicide
  Risking Life and Limb
  Democracy or Liberty
  The Dishonest Pursuit of War
  The Republican Party’s Welfare Queens
  Killing Off Limited Government
  The Lure of Lebanese Quicksand
  A Brief History of Quagmire
  American Terrorists, Environmental-Style
  Free to Leave
  An Over-Rated Debate
  Democracy for Whom?
  The War on Fat
  Iraq: Whither the United States?
  Afghanistan: Opium Market to the World
  What Kind of Freedom?
  Shirking Responsibility
  Tax-and-Spend Politics, Bush-style
  The Myth of WMD’s
  A Military Encore in North Korea
  Still Bringing ’Em On
  Our Triumph in Iraq
  Fateful Choices
  It Ain’t My Fault
  Reinstituting the Script?
  Foreign Aid and USAID
  A Dying Dictatorship
  Terrorism Alive and Well
  Pro-Family, Pro-State?
  Religious Freedom in the Gulf
  Dubious Allies
  Modern Religious Wars
  A Maturing Europe?
  Jakarta's Seething Volcano
  A European Defense?
  Down the Rathole
  No More Perpetual War
  Our Little War in Kosovo
  Searching for Foes in the Post-Cold War Era
  Uncle Sam, International Nanny