An August Publishing Hiatus

An August Publishing Hiatus

World Politics Review will be taking a publishing hiatus during thelast two weeks in August. Our columnists will still write new columnseach day during these two weeks, but there will be no new briefingsor features until Monday, Aug. 31. Until then, we plan to showcasevarious parts of the site for readers that are interested in diggingdeeper into what we offer.

For starters, we're offering an "August special" to highlight our feature articles, making one article freely available from each of the last three feature themes we have published -- "Keeping Ploughshares, Building Swords" by James Carafano, from "The Road to Zero"; "Containment 2.0" by Robert Litwak, from "Back to the Future"; and "Containing Chaos" by John Robb, from our "Risk and Resilience in a Globalized Age" theme.

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