Not Clearly Pro or Con to the question "Should the US Have Attacked Iraq?"
"In responding to cost-based criticisms of the invasion and occupation of Iraq, the Bush Administration argues that one does not go to war on the basis of calculations by bean counters. After all, Franklin Roosevelt did not wait to respond to Pearl Harbor until his budget analysts could assay the costs and benefits. But, with Iraq, America had a choice of whether and when to attack. If there ever was a 'project' that should have been subject to careful scrutiny from all perspectives – including the economics – this was it."
"Encore: Iraq Hemmorrhage," with co-author Joseph E. Stiglitz, The Milken Institute Review, Fourth Quarter, 2006
"Soldiers Returning from Iraq and Afghanistan: The Long-term Costs of Providing Veterans Medical Care and Disability Benefits," Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government, Faculty Research Working Paper Series, Jan. 9, 2007
Cowritten with Joseph E. Stiglitz, "Encore: Iraq Hemmorrhage," The Milken Institute Review, Fourth Quarter, 2006
"The Trillion Dollar War," The New York Times, Aug. 20, 2005
"Bush’s Future Is in Blair’s hands," Financial Times, Mar. 7, 2003