Bibliography

Books

  • Europe’s Angry Muslims (2nd Edition). (Oxford University Press, 2015)
  • Europe’s Angry Muslims. (Oxford University Press, 2012)
  • Why Nicaragua Vanished: A Story of Reporters and Revolutionaries. (Rowman and Littlefield, 2003)
  • Enchilada Lite: A Post 9-11 Mexican Migration Agreement. (CIS, 2002)
  • The Melting Border: Mexico and Mexican Communities in the United States. (CEO, 2000)
  • The Central American Crisis Reader. (Summit Books, 1987) (Co- Editor, with Barry Rubin)
  • A New Moment in the Americas. (Transaction Publishers, 1994) (Editor) (Foreword by Al Gore)
  • Central America: Anatomy of Conflict. Pergamon Press, 1984 (Editor)
  • Soviet Strategy in Latin America. (Praeger, 1982)

Essays

  • “The Menace in Europe’s Midst,” Current History, 2009
  • “Generation Jihad,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 2007
  • “The Moderate Muslim Brotherhood,” Foreign Affairs, 2007
  • “The Quantitative Analysis of Terrorism,” Terrorism and Political Violence, 2006
  • “Europe’s Angry Muslims,” Foreign Affairs, July 2005
  • “Fair Game: Al Qaeda’s New Soldiers,” The New Republic, 2004
  • “Europe’s Itinerant Imams,” The Weekly Standard, 2004.
  • “Europe’s Immigration Problem, and Ours, Mediterranean Quarterly, 2004 – Duke University Press
  • “Who is Abu Zarqawi?” The Weekly Standard, 2004
  • “The End of the Affair: U.S.-Mexican Relations after September 11,” The National Interest, Winter 2002-03
  • “An Immigration Bargain,” The Boston Globe, 2002
  • “With A Friend Like Fox,” Foreign Affairs, September/October 2001
  • “The Go-Between for Mexico, U.S.,” Los Angeles Sunday Times, 2001
  • “Mexico: the Crisis Next Door,” Commentary, 1998
  • “Controlling the Global Corruption Epidemic,” Foreign Policy, 1996–97
  • “An End to Corruption,” Washington Post, 1996
  • “The Revision Thing,” The New Republic, 1992
  • “O their America,” The Times Literary Supplement, 1992
  • “Pros and Contras,” The Washington Post Book World, 1991
  • “Old and New Politics in Nicaragua,” Journal of Democracy, 1990
  • “The Sandinistas Might Lose,” The New York Times, 1990
  • “Oops,” The New Republic, 1990
  • “The Making of a Mock Epic,” The Times Literary Supplement, 1989 (about Ollie North)
  • “The Charmed Circle,” Peter Collier and David Horowitz eds. Second Thoughts: Former Radicals Look Back at the Sixties, Lanham Md., (Madison Books), 1989
  • “Earthquake in Mexico,” The National Interest, 1988/9
  • “Nicaragua Cliffhanger,” The New Republic, 1987
  • “Reform the Contras,” The New Republic, 1986
  • “Battle For Nicaragua,” The New York Review of Books, 1986
  • “Tangled Nicaragua,” The New York Review of Books, 1985
  • “The Report of the President’s National Bipartisan Commission on Central America,” The Political Science Quarterly, 1985
  • “The USSR and Central America,” in Joseph Cirincione ed., Central America and the Western Alliance, New York (Holmes & Meier) 1985
  • “Fantasies and Facts: The Soviet Union and Nicaragua,” Current History,1984
  • “Inside the [Cuban] Revolution,” The New York Review of Books, 1984
  • “Nicaragua’s Untold Stories,” The New Republic, 1984
  • “Reconstructing Central American Policy,” Washington Quarterly, 1982
  • “Potential Conflict in Central America,” William J. Taylor Jr., Ed. The Future of Conflict in the 1980’s, Lexington (Lexington Books) 1982
  • “Soviet, Cuba, and Latin America: Which Western Strategy,” Fondation Internationale des Sciences Humaines, November 24, 1982, Paris, France
  • “Bitter Wine,” The New Republic, 1981
  • “Eastern Winds in Latin America,” Foreign Policy, 1981

Monographs, papers, presentations, and speeches

  • “Europe’s Mujahideen: Where Mass Immigration Meets Global Terrorism”, CIS, 2005
  • “The Future of Anti-Corruption in Mexico”, New Moment, Inc. (www.newmoment.com), 1998
  • “USAID Handbook for Fighting Corruption”, with Sahr John Kpundeh and Phyllis Dininio, U.S. Agency for International Development, 1998
  • “Official Corruption in Latin America: Causes and Controls,” Inter-American Development Bank, 1996
  • “The Nicaraguan Election: A Test of the News,” 2nd prize, Media Studies, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, January 1992.
  • “The Arias Peace Plan,” Strategy and Arms Control Seminar”, Harvard University Kennedy School of Government, October 21, 1987
  • “U.S. Policy Regarding Nicaragua and the Contras,” ‘Debate with Senator George McGovern, Kent State University, February 4, 1987
  • “U.S. Interests in Latin America,” Dartmouth Group, Moscow, April 1985
  • “Soviet Strategy in Central America” at “The Central American Crisis and the Western Alliance,” International Institute for Strategic Studies (London) and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington D.C., May 1985
  • “The Kissinger Commission on Central America,” at conference convened by Colombian President Belisario Betancur and Inter-American Development Bank. Cartagena, Colombia, Nov. 30 – Dec. 1, 1984.
  • “U.S. Interests in Central America,” Chairman, Stanley Conference, October 6–8, 1983, Arley House, Virginia.
  • “U.S. Policy in Central America,” presentation at annual meeting of Latin American Studies Association, October 1, 1983, Washington D.C.
  • “Soviet and Cuban Policy in the Caribbean Basin,” in Donald Schulz and Donald Graham, eds. Revolution and Counterrevolution in Central America and the Caribbean, Boulder (Westview) 1983
  • “Soviet Policy in Latin America: 1960-81” American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, October 17, 1982, Washington D.C.