RAND Review: Spring 2004

RAND Review, our flagship magazine, showcases RAND research on a variety of timely and relevant issues facing the world today.

Spring 2004 — Vol. 28, No. 1

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COVER STORY

Redefining the Enemy

The world has changed, but our mindset has not
By Brian Michael Jenkins
 
On the Cover:
An American soldier mans a gun atop an armored vehicle in the Khost area of Afghanistan near the Pakistani border in the early morning of March 30. U.S. troops were sweeping through the hardscrabble villages in the rugged region, searching for weapons and information as part of an effort to cut off hiding places for al Qaeda and Taliban fugitives.
 

Contents

Message from the Editor

News

Perspectives

Features

Five Pillars of Democracy

How the West can promote an Islamic reformation
By Cheryl Benard

Redefining Counterterrorism

The terrorist leader as CEO
By Bruce Hoffman

Redefining the Enemy

The world has changed, but our mindset has not
By Brian Michael Jenkins

Swollen Waistlines, Swollen Costs

Obesity worsens disabilities and weighs on health budgets
By Roland Sturm and Darius Lakdawalla

Commentary

We Need a Vision for Wind Tunnels—Not Tunnel Vision

By Philip S. Antón