RAND Review: Spring 2007

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

Spring 2007 — Vol. 31, No. 1

COVER STORY

Keeping the Pacific

An American Response to China’s Growing Military Might
By Roger Cliff, Evan Medeiros, and Keith Crane
On the Cover:
The Kitty Hawk, Ronald Reagan, and Abraham Lincoln aircraft carrier strike groups sail in formation, while U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, and U.S. Marine Corps aircraft fly overhead near Guam on June 18, 2006, during the largest U.S. military exercise in the Pacific since the Vietnam War.
AP IMAGES/U.S. NAVY, PHOTOGRAPHER’S MATE 3RD CLASS JAROD HODGE

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Contents:

Message from the Editor

Downplayed Policies Rise Again

News

Perspectives:

Common Grounds

Cultivating the Field of Community-Based Participatory Research

Features:

Missing Link

Connection Found Between Government Health Insurance and Better Child Health
By Michael Seid

Centerpiece

State Children’s Health Insurance Program Cuts Rate of Forgone Care, Increases Quality of Life

Takeover Overtaken

Public Management of Philadelphia Schools Leaves Private Management Behind in Math
By Brian Gill

Wouldn’t It Be Lovely?

British Policy on Antisocial Behavior Can Take Cues from Studies Near and Far
By Jennifer Rubin and Lila Rabinovich

Publisher’s Page:

DHS AWOL?

Tough Questions About Homeland Security Have Gone Missing
By James A. Thomson