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Getting older doesn't mean that learning has to stop. Here's how 20 hours of focused, deliberate practice can help you learn anything.
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From Boko Haram in the west to Al-Shabab in the east, much of Africa is becoming plagued by terrorism, which endangers not only the continent’s security, but the progress it has made in recent years in terms of political and economic development and social cohesion. How can the international community successfully confront Africa’s security challenges and halt their spread across the continent and their impacts around the world?
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Does the nuclear deal with Iran mean a fundamental change in its relationship with the West, or will it ultimately only enrich the country and empower it to be more of a security threat in the future?
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With ISIL capturing headlines for their violent acts across the world, it is hard not to feel unnerved by a potential threat. Should Americans be worried about an attack on their home soil? Lisa Monaco, assistant to the President for homeland security and counterterrorism, and United Kingdom counterpart Paddy McGuinness, deputy national security advisor, explain how both countries are working to stop ISIL at their root.
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What do Yo-Yo Ma and others have to say about the power of art and culture? Listen to Aspen Institute Radio as it explores conversations on this topic.
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There are numerous examples of “getting it wrong” on fundamental questions of intelligence and policy. When intelligence failures happen, the results can be catastrophic and public, resulting in loss of life and headlines in newspapers around the world. But how fair are the judgments? What do intelligence agencies owe the public?
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On June 23, 2016, the United Kingdom may vote to leave the European Union. What impacts would this route have on the security of both the UK and the EU?
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FBI Director James Comey opened the Aspen Security Forum: Global with a discussion on how technology has changed the way that the FBI operates.
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The architecture of how we live our lives is badly in need of renovation and repair. One of the things that makes it harder to connect with ourselves — and thus our creativity, intuition, and wisdom — is our increasing dependence on technology.
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For years, Farah Pandith spoke with thousands of Muslim youth across Western Europe. Here's what she discovered about the roots of extremism.
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