Vol. 38, No. 2, Summer 2014
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The cover story describes the growing black markets for cybercrime and explains how private companies, defense contractors, and law enforcement and other government agencies could rise to this challenge. Another feature highlights research on medical innovation, listing ten ways that policymakers could encourage innovators to focus on products that curb health spending while also boosting health. A "Window on the World" graphic maps the effectiveness of U.S. security cooperation efforts around the globe, while a "Numbers in the News" entry details the potential costs of allowing the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act to expire. The voices in Public Square comment on the growth of telehealth, a strategic approach to homeland security, care for dementia, exchanging prisoners with the Taliban, investing in Africa, and the unrest in Ukraine, Syria, and Iraq. Guest speakers present "barrier-breaking stories" and "breathtaking medical frontiers." The Publisher's Page probes the public policy wisdom of Victor Hugo.