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Can Washington Successfully Prepare for the Future?   
Donald Rumsfeld famously sent out mini-memos known as “snowflakes” to his staff when he was secretary of defense. One such snowflake that has been getting renewed attention (PDF) is titled “Predicting the Future,” dated April 12, 2001, just five months before the terrorist attacks that would drastic...
Finding the Right Balance Department of Defense Roles in Stabilization   
Read OnlineFinding the Right BalanceDepartment of Defense Roles in Stabilizationby Linda Robinson, Sean Mann, Jeffrey Martini, Stephanie PezardRelated Topics: Civil-Military Relations, Peacekeeping and Stability Operations, Security Cooperation, United States Department of DefenseCitationEmbedShare ...
Voting-age American Millennials are set to outnumber Baby Boomers   
Millennials, who are projected to surpass Baby Boomers next year as the United States’ largest living adult generation, are also approaching the Boomers in their share of the American electorate. As of November 2016, an estimated 62 million Millennials (adults ages 20 to 35 in 2016) were voting-age...
Quantifying the Influence of Agricultural Fires in Northwest India on Urban Air Pollution Delhi,   
Quantifying the Influence of Agricultural Fires in Northwest India on Urban Air Pollution in Delhi, IndiaPublished in: Environmental Research Letters, Volume 13, Number 4 (April 2018),044018. doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/aab303 Posted on RAND.org on April 05, 2018by Daniel H. Cusworth, Loretta J. Mickley,...
The hidden crisis on US college campuses? Hunger   
Caleb Torres lost seven pounds his freshman year of college — and not because he didn’t like the food in the dining hall. A first-generation college student, barely covering tuition, Torres ran out of grocery money halfway through the year and began skipping meals as a result. He’d stretch a can of...
Measuring the value to the US of the postwar international order   
Since 1945, the United States has pursued its interests in part through the creation and maintenance of international economic institutions, global organizations including the United Nations and G-7, bilateral and regional security organizations including alliances, and liberal political norms that...
In Norway, it's children first then marriage   
The Atlantic recently published a fascinating article on the ever-evolving function and meaning of marriage. The author, sociologist Andrew Cherlin, explains that marriage has become a "trophy," in that many couples wed only after they've had kids together and/or achieved other markers of maturity ...
Putin Has Overplayed His Hand   
Last week, following the brazen attempt by Russia to assassinate one of its former spies and his daughter in Britain with a chemical weapon, 27 countries expelled more than 150 Russian diplomats. Moscow swiftly and predictably reciprocated, announcing that it would expel 60 American diplomats.Is thi...
Older Americans are less likely to read than younger people   
About a quarter of American adults (24%) say they haven’t read a book in whole or in part in the past year, whether in print, electronic or audio form. Who are these non-book readers? Several demographic traits correlate with non-book reading, Pew Research Center surveys have found. For instance, a...
In New York City, it might become a crime to expect workers to check their emails at home   
Sending your team emails and Slack messages after everyone's left for the day is annoying. Soon, it could also be a crime. A new bill in New York City aims to protect workers' "right to disconnect," making it illegal for employers to require employees to check their work-related electronic communic...
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