Andrew F. Krepinevich Jr.
The Pentagon is still paying lip service to the need to transform the U.S. military; it's time for a bolder plan.
Politics attracts money, but analysis of policy is hard to sell.
Amy E. Smithson
As implementation begins, the United States must resist the temptation to water own the provisions of the Chemical Weapons Convention.
Walter G. Berl, William H. Avery
Long neglected, ocean thermal energy conversion deserves renewed attention and federal support.
Unless the incentive to sell arms is reduced, the world is likely to become a better armed and less stable place.
Pete V. Domenici
The United States needs to take a fresh look at nuclear technologies in order to tap their potential more effectively.
Gilbert A. Valverde, William H. Schmidt
International comparisons of schooling hold important lessons for improving student achievement.
Greg J. Duncan, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn
New restrictions will increase the number of extremely poor families and put the very youngest children at risk.
Erik R. Pages, Thomas G. McInerney
Privatization and other measures to boost efficiency of support systems can free up resources needed to develop new technology.