RAND Review: Cybercrime, Medical Innovation, Security Cooperation

In This Issue (Volume 38, Number 2: Summer 2014)

A sheriff walks toward the cyber horizon.

Lawman: Nelsonarts/iStock.com; Cyber sky: Naddi/iStock.com; Design: Eileen Delson La Russo

Cover Story


Public Square

A Meeting Place for RAND Voices

  • Telehealth
  • Homeland security
  • Long-term care for dementia
  • Prisoner exchanges
  • Disproven Western assumptions
  • Frankensteins in Ukraine
  • Imposing peace in Syria
  • Investing in Africa
  • Putin's weakness
  • NATO's strength
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Numbers in the News

  • A group of firefighters walk amid rubble near the base of the destroyed World Trade Center in New York on September 11, 2001.

    A TRIA Tipping Point

    If the U.S. Congress allows the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act to expire, federal spending would grow for terrorism losses below $50 billion.

Common Ground

A Forum for RAND Guest Speakers

  • Barrier-Breaking Stories
  • Breathtaking Medical Frontiers
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Publisher's Page

Message from the Editor

  • John Godges

    Innovative Devices, Same Old Vices

    Two of the lead stories in this issue — on cybercrime and medical innovation — serve as reminders that even the most advanced technologies can serve the most ignoble of purposes.