Future of Work
- A Modest Foreign Policy Proposal for the Middle Class (and The State Department’s Easiest Win): Au Pair for Senior CareThe State Department can ease the burden for aging seniors by expanding its Au Pair Program—a cultural exchange work-study program providing care for babies, toddlers, and kids—to include caring for seniors.
- The Uncertain Future of the U.S. Military’s All-Volunteer ForceThe United States military has a manpower problem and it’s not just due to today’s recruiting shortages. It’s time for a comprehensive plan to solve the personnel shortfalls.
- The U.S. Military Recruiting Crisis, With Nora BensahelNora Bensahel, a visiting professor of strategic studies and senior fellow of the Merrill Center at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, sits down with James M. Lindsay to discuss the challenges the U.S. armed services are having in attracting new recruits and what can be done about it.
- Army of Some: Recruiting Trouble for the All-Volunteer ForceAll current U.S. military personnel have one thing in common: they volunteered. But falling recruitment has raised questions of national security, military readiness, and the health of U.S. society. Can the all-volunteer force handle a changing international security landscape?