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Striving for the Rule of Law in China
2012, Weifang He (Author), John L. Thornton (Foreword) and Cheng Li
Freedom and Technological Change
2011, Jeffrey Rosen and Benjamin Wittes, eds.
2011, Khalid Koser
2011, Robert W. Crandall, Vikram Maheshri and Clifford Winston
The Case for Candor after Guantánamo
2010, Benjamin Wittes
Counterinsurgency and the War on Drugs
2009, Vanda Felbab-Brown
An Agenda for Reform
2009, Benjamin Wittes, ed.
A New Framework for Analysis and Action
2009, David de Ferranti, Anthony J. Ody and with Justin Jacinto and Graeme Ramshaw
Effects on Crime and Violence
2003, Jens Ludwig and Philip I. Cook, eds.
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Stuart S. Taylor, Jr.
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