What Does China's Arctic Presence Mean to the United States?
Dec 29, 2022
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The cover story describes why, in this New Space Era, the international community needs to address the inadequacies of the current system of space governance. Other features explore China's presence in the Arctic and RAND's recent series of hackathons. A Q&A with four RAND researchers delves into abortion in the U.S. post-Dobbs. A commentary by RAND president and CEO Jason Matheny highlights the security and technology challenges related to Taiwan's domination of the microchip industry.
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