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Bird Flu Makes Gains

by Mary Crane
The deadly H5N1 strain of the avian flu virus has now crept well into Europe—infecting birds in Greece, Bulgaria, Italy, Germany, Slovenia, Croatia, Austria, and Denmark—and now also threatens Africa. Experts are at a loss over how to best tackle what could be an imminent global pandemic.
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Mitigating the Risks of Synthetic Biology

by Gigi K. Gronvall
Gigi Kwik Gronvall examines the increased use of synthetic biology-a nascent field that engineers biology to improve manufacturing and the development of medicines-in order to highlight the need for oversight and better regulation.

This is NATO's Version of 'Netjets'

by Janine Davidson
Writing in Defense One, Janine Davidson explores the dynamics behind the Strategic Airlift Capability program (SAC), a multilateral initiative that successfully shares three C-17 transport planes among twelve nations.
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Global Economics Monthly: June 2013

by Robert Kahn
Steven A. Tananbaum Senior Fellow for International Economics Robert Kahn analyzes debt and austerity in Europe and other major developments and trends affecting macroeconomic policy and financial markets.
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Balkans 2010 (A Center for Preventive Action Report)

by Major General William L. Nash with Edward C. Meyer
Despite years of involvement by the United States and its allies, the Balkans region is suffering from economic stagnation and high unemployment; hundreds of thousands of refugees still await resettlement; prominent war criminals remain at large; and political and legal reform is impeded by endemic corruption, organized crime, and in some cases, a lack of political will. Yet after a decade of extensive involvement and peacemaking in the Balkans, the United States and its allies are winding down their commitment to the region. At this critical juncture, warns this independent Task Force report, if the problems besieging the Balkan states are left unresolved, they will lead to serious social and economic instability for southeastern Europe.
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After Dayton: Lessons of the Bosnian Peace Process

by Ruth Wedgwood
This report provides the record of a detailed assessment of the Bosnian peace process conducted by the Council on Foreign Relations and Yale University. It is a snapshot from Bosnia, which is still an ongoing effort, taken approximately one year into the process. The coincidence of timing gives a useful analogy to Kosovo, where the same splintering of communities has taken place.