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  • Ballet dancer on stage in an empty theater, photo by vgajic/Getty Images
    Humanities and the Arts

    The Pandemic Is a Disaster for Artists

    Aug 4, 2020

    James V. Marrone, Susan A. Resetar, et al.

    The arts as we know them are likely to be shut down for the foreseeable future and the vast majority of artists have likely lost some or all of their income. How many artists are out of work, and what could be done to help them?

  • The U.N. Security Council's five permanent members (P5) attend a Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons conference in Beijing, China, January 30, 2019, photo by Thomas Peter/Reuters
    Nuclear Deterrence

    Negotiating with Great Powers on Nuclear Arms

    Aug 3, 2020

    Frank G. Klotz, John Lauder, et al.

    The Trump Administration has yet to decide the fate of the sole remaining U.S.-Russian nuclear arms control treaty, New START, which expires in February. Among other conditions, it insists that any follow-on nuclear accord with Russia must also include China. But overcoming China's reticence to engage in nuclear-related talks will likely take deft diplomacy, time, and patience.

  • Naval War College President Rear Adm. Shoshana Chatfield, left, visits the NWC Monterey program, in Monterey, CA, January 29, 2020, photo by Javier Chagoya/U.S. Navy
    Wargaming

    Wargaming the Department of Defense for Strategic Advantage

    Defense acquisition, personnel, and management systems have long been seen as areas in need of reform, as costs and man-hours continue to increase over the years. Gaming new policies that govern these areas can offer early insights into potential stumbling blocks and provide leaders valuable feedback on decisions before major costs are incurred.

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