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December  2017  Issue

SPECIAL REPORT: Dealing with North Korea
Kira Hunter
Sixth North Korean Nuclear Test Creates New, More Dangerous Phase in Nuclear Crisis
Daryl G. Kimball
In China, Trump Strikes Gentler Tone on N. Korea, Trade
Steve Herman
Don't Rely on China: North Korea Won't Kowtow to Beijing
Katherine H.S. Moon
Tackling Climate Change Could Bring North and South Korea Closer and Help Stabilize the Region
Hun Park
Another Nuclear Threat From North Korea? South Koreans Roll Their Eyes
Shim Jae Hoon

Despite Trump Campaign Promise, Billionaires’ Tax Loophole Survives Again
Alex MacGillis
'Voodoo Economics' Makes a Comeback in Republican Tax Plan Enriching the Rich
Christian Weller
The Plot Against America's 99%
Nouriel Roubini

Pakistan Journalists Cite Growing Threats From Government, Militants Alike
Iftikhar Hussain
In Brazil, Religious Gang Leaders Say They're Waging a Holy War
Robert Muggah
Trade, Politics, Religion Draw Turkey to Sub-Saharan Africa
Salem Solomon & Hilmi Hacaloglu

How Does an Authoritarian Regime Celebrate a Revolution?
Cynthia Hooper
New York Truck Attack Turns Focus to Radicalized Uzbeks
Noor Zahid
Trump: Stricter US Gun Laws Would Not Have Stopped Texas Massacre
Ken Bredemeier and Ken Schwartz


How Many American Women Die From Causes Related to Pregnancy or Childbirth? No One Knows.
Robin Fields and Joe Sexton

Museum Hopping at Harvard
Iris Brooks
Taking the Canyon Home with Me
Bonnie Lynn
Guam- Remote, but No Longer Overlooked
Norman Sklarewitz


An Interview with Elizabeth Day
Adriana Delgado

The Book of Dust: La Belle Sauvage By Philip Pullman
Ellen Prentiss Campbell

Gorbachev: His Life and Times By William Taubman
Ren Meinhart

Empress of the East: How a European Slave Girl Became Queen of the Ottoman Empire By Leslie Peirce
Bob Duffy

Unforgivable Love: A Retelling of Dangerous Liaisons By Sophfronia Scott
ReLynn Vaughn

Good Me Bad Me: A Novel By Ali Land
Fatima Azam



MIT Joins Court Brief in Support of Dreamers
Peter Dizikes

Entrepreneurs Converge with Students Alumni, Faculty and Staff at Summit
Kathy Hovis

Princeton Research Project Explores Past Ties to Slavery
Catherine Zandonella

The Harvard Cubans Premiere Shares Untold Story of US-Cuba Relations with a Harvard Twist
Julia Cohn



Artificial Intelligence Aids Material Fabrication
Larry Hardesty

Vitamin E Genes Identified in Maize May Help Biofortify Crops
Krishna Ramanujan
Fighting a Giant Foe at a Tiny Scale
Julie Barr

Afghanistan Blocks Social Media Services
Ayaz Gul
Why Social Media May Not Be So Good for Democracy
Gordon Hull


Scrimshaw, as American as Jazz
James Dorsey

Costumes From NY Theaters Find New Life on Other Stages
Naomi Lewin

Depths of Slavery Heard, Seen, and Felt
Colleen Walsh


In Pursuit of Healthy Aging
Karen Feldscher

Promise Seen in Possible Treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorder
MIT Picower Institute for Learning and Memory

Blame Tired Brain Cells for Mental Lapses After Poor Sleep
University of California-Los Angeles Health Sciences

Scientists Detect Comet Outside our Solar System
Jennifer Chu
ALMA's Image of a Red Giant Star Gives a Surprising Glimpse of the Sun's Future
Chalmer's University of Technology


The Literary Magic of Harry Potter
William A. Gleason

Elizabeth Blackwell- America's First Woman Doctor
Richard Bauman
How Leaders are Shaped
John Laidler



The Real Risk to the Global Economy
Christopher Smart
To Stop the Opioid Epidemic, The White House Should Embrace Prevention
M. Dolores Cimini
A Formula for Health Equity
Agnes Binagwhao

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