In this new edited volume, foremost experts on nuclear policy and strategy offer insight into an era rife with more nuclear powers. Some of these new powers suffer domestic instability, others are led by pathological personalist dictators, and many are situated in highly unstable regions of the world—a volatile mix of variables. A new nuclear era needs new strategies for deterrence.
A wide-ranging new report on the state of graduate education in the humanities details some of the key challenges facing the field, as well as the opportunities for those who earn master’s and doctoral degrees in the humanities.
A new study finds that humanities majors are similar to graduates from almost every other field with respect to perceived well-being, even though they tend to earn less and have slightly higher levels of unemployment than business majors and graduates from some STEM fields.
A report from the Commission on the Arts, at the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, acknowledges and affirms the important place of artists as part of the American workforce and recommends policies to support creative workers.
This report from the Commission on the Arts calls on parents, teachers, and governments at the national, state, and local level to recognize the value of arts education and put in place changes that will assure access to every student.