RAND Review: Military Sexual Assault, International Interventions, and Cyber Security
In This Issue (Volume 37, Number 1: Summer 2013)
Illustration by Eileen La Russo
The woodland camouflage pattern has been used by the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Marine Corps, and U.S. Coast Guard.
Awareness of sexual violence within the U.S. military has grown over the past decade, but barriers still exist for servicemembers who report the crimes and seek psychological health care. A research agenda needs to take full account of the types of damage being done.
- Compensating U.S. doctors
- Withdrawing from Afghanistan
- Mapping Egyptian politics
- Gun risks outweigh benefits
- Commercial pot industry
- Crisis in Syria
- Killer mutant viruses
- Separate beds?
- Healthy food policy
- Libya via Sierra Leone
- Prices at the pump
- Innovation versus bureaucracy
- Affordable Care Act in Arkansas
- Medicaid expansion in Pennsylvania