The New Drug Wars
Mar 3, 2015
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The cover story explores homegrown terrorism, with a focus on recent RAND research about American jihadists and lessons learned from recent terrorist attacks in France. A second feature presents research and analysis from RAND Europe about the problem of drug-resistant superbugs and the estimated economic costs of antimicrobial resistance. The Q&A features war veteran, caregiver, writer, and RAND researcher Kayla Williams. The POV column features Judith Rodin, president of The Rockefeller Foundation, on resilience building in cities and institutions. The Voices column by RAND president and CEO Michael Rich takes a look at what research says about profiling. We also report on a $1 million gift to the Pardee RAND Graduate School from Donald B. and Susan F. Rice.
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