Researchers graphically illustrate why previous diplomatic efforts have failed to deter Iran’s progress toward a nuclear weapons capability.
A new report demonstrates the connection between maternal and child education, finding that mothers’ literacy programs boost their children’s math scores and their own sense of empowerment.
Kei Koizumi from the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy discusses how his office thinks about R&D funding in a time of budget cuts and economic uncertainty.
How would hiring more highly skilled immigrants impact American firms?
Contrary to analysts’ expectations, US capital outflow was relatively small in 2011 and the US dollar actually appreciated against the currency of emerging markets.
What’s the right level of defense against terrorism and how do our current efforts measure up on a cost-benefit analysis?
Authors investigate how women’s bargaining power in the household can influence the success of public health interventions.
Do reductions in government spending increase altruistic behavior?
In a recent strategy document, the U.S. Department of Defense explains how it will organize its capabilities to meet tomorrow’s uncertain security challenges, despite constrained resources.
Exploring the history of domestic public opinion toward Israel.