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Gregory F. Treverton, Spencer Kim
Dec 25, 2002
Korea's election is cause for congratulations, most of all to the Koreans themselves, write Gregory Treverton and Spencer Kim in an commentary.
Robert E. Hunter
Dec 16, 2002
Albany (NY) Times-Union
Iraq will be cleansed of weapons of mass destruction and the means of making them, but the post-crisis course of U.S. policy in the Middle East is far from clear, writes Robert Hunter in an commentary.
Dana P. Goldman, Geoffrey F. Joyce
Dec 11, 2002
Los Angeles Times
Adding a flexible drug benefit to Medicare would bring costs down, say Dana Goldman and Geoffrey Joyce in an LA Times commentary.
Charles Wolf, Jr.
Dec 2, 2002
Wall Street Journal
Published commentary by RAND staff.