Doug Bandow is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute and the author of a number of books on economics and politics. He writes regularly on military non-interventionism.
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How much of what the government does is actually essential?
OCTOBER 18, 2013 by DOUG BANDOW
We heard that the government was shut down, but apparently, more than eight of 10 of its operations were too essential to close. Really?
What Is Foreign Aid For? Nothing Good in Egypt
AUGUST 12, 2013 by DOUG BANDOW
Foreign aid generally hasn't done much good for democracy, prosperity, or U.S. leverage. In Egypt's case, about the only people it has ever helped are the generals who just pulled another coup.
Time for Washington to Create a Policy Support Program
JULY 11, 2013 by DOUG BANDOW
Washington is awash in bad policy, but only Washington can institute the kind of licensing-and-subsidy regime that could solve the problem for good.
JUNE 18, 2013 by DOUG BANDOW
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