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Ted Galen Carpenter

Ted Galen Carpenter is senior fellow for defense and foreign-policy studies at the Cato Institute. Dr. Carpenter served as Cato’s director of foreign policy studies from 1986 to 1995 and as vice president for defense and foreign policy studies from 1995 to 2011. He is the author of nine and the editor of 10 books on international affairs

  Lessons From Libya: How Not to Ruin Syria
  Taiwan, China, and Unnecessary War
  The Saudi-Iranian Blood Feud
  North Korea: A New Perspective
  Washington’s Foreign Policy Folly
  Intransigent Diplomacy
  Endorsing Demise
  Trading Liberty for Security
  Killing Due Process in the War on Terror
  Our Dangerous Foreign-Policy Freeloaders
  Syria's Jihadist Rebels
  Failure to Launch
  Conservatives Leninists and the War on Terror
  Needed: A North Korean “Plan B”
  China Ups the Ante
  NATO at 60: A Hollow Shell
  Obama on Foreign Policy: A Mysterious Work in Progress
  John McCain on Foreign Policy
  The Surge “Success”
  The End of the Balkan Interlude?
  Out of Iraq, Into Darfur?
  Tethering the Hegemon
  Modern Chinese Secret
  A Strategy to Quarantine the Violence in Iraq
  Reject False Prophets
  North Korea Joins the Club
  North Korea and Iran
  America’s Other War
  Collision Course
  China and the North Korean Nuclear Crisis
  Learning At the Periphery
  Is Mexico the Next Colombia?
  Transforming the Middle East
  Dealing With a Nuclear Iran
  January Elections
  Out on a Limb: America’s Pledge to Defend Taiwan
  The Next Foreign-Policy Crisis
  Instinct for the Capillaries: The 9-11 Commission Report
  Washington’s Imperial Socialism