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The cover story spotlights resilience and adaptation strategies researchers can pursue to help address the impacts of climate change. Other features explore security challenges posed by artificial intelligence and by the speed at which technologies are transforming human behavior. The Commentary column, by a Syrian refugee at RAND, highlights recent RAND research on Syrians displaced by civil war and how to improve their opportunities for employment in Middle Eastern labor markets. The Giving column announces a million-dollar bequest to create the Molly and Dale M. Landi Endowed Fund for National Security Research.

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