Janne E. Nolan
New mechanisms are urgently needed to stem the flow abroad of a new generation of increasingly destructive conventional weapons.
Andrew F. Krepinevich Jr.
The post-Cold War Navy is relying too much on the carrier. It needs new strategies--and a very different kind of fleet.
Robert M. White
The scientific case for action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is perceived to be changing, but the political barriers remain daunting.
Richard A. Matthew
Practical ways can be found to integrate environmental concerns into national security policy decisions.
New proposals to protect genetic privacy may collide with the public interest in fostering medical research
Scientific rigor and public participation can coexist peacefully only in the catalytic presence of trust and community.
Shallow, congested, and technologically lagging, U.S. seaports need a major overhaul to preserve U.S. strength in international trade.
Jeanne L. Narum
Labs and classrooms must be brought up to date to meet the needs of a rejuvenated curriculum.