The Valdai International Discussion Club interviews CNA research scientist Dmitry Gorenburg, Ph.D. for the article "Multiculturalism à la Russe?"
Reuters quotes CNA research scientist Afshon Ostovar, Ph.D. in the article "Internet ayatollah: Iran's supreme leader "likes" Facebook"
Yonhap News quotes Ken Gause, director of CNA's International Affairs Group, in the article "N. Korea's rocket viewed as potential 'game changer'" (subscription required)
NPR Morning Edition quotes CNA research scientist Dmitry Gorenburg, Ph.D. in the segment "Russia's Defense Shuffle May Tarnish Its Military"
KNPR Las Vegas hosts James “Chips” Stewart, Director of CNA Safety and Security’s Public Safety Program, for a discussion on findings in the CNA-prepared report, Collaborative Reform Process: A Review of Officer-Involved Shootings in the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department
Associated Press quotes CNA Senior Fellow, RADM Michael McDevitt (Ret.), in the article "US, China militaries hold exercise to build trust" (also carried by Navy Times, Macon Telegraph, Eureka Times-Standard, and Oroville Mercury-Register)
Bay Ridge Odyssey blog cites CNA study National Security and the Threat of Climate Change in the article, "In Midst of Climate Change, Fort Hamilton Army Base Supports Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts"
Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that Samuel Walker, a police accountability expert, praises the CNA-prepared review of officer-involved shootings in the article "Federal report on Las Vegas police wins praise"
Business Insider cites CNA study A Method of Estimating Plane Vulnerability Based on Damage of Survivors by renowned statistician Dr. Abraham Wald
Peabody Pulse, a newsletter of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Education, mentions CNA and the Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Appalachia
Huffington Post blogger, Renee Parsons, cites CNA’s Military Advisory Board report, National Security and the Threat of Climate Change
Business Insider and International Business Times quote CNA research scientist William McCants, Ph.D. in their articles about the disappearance of U.S. reporter Austin Tice (quotes originally appeared in McClatchy Newspapers)
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime cites the CNA report "Criminal Organizations and Illicit Trafficking in Guatemala’s Border Communities" in the September 2012 study "Transnational Organized Crime in Central America and the Caribbean: A Threat Assessment"
Reuters quotes CNA vice president and director of strategic studies Eric Thompson, Ph.D. and CNA board member Admiral Gary Roughead, USN (Ret.) in the article "Geopolitics, resources put maritime disputes back on map" (also carried in the Chicago Tribune, Asahi Shimbun, and The Sunday Times in Sri Lanka)
The Voice of Russia interviews CNA senior research scientist Dennis Blasko in the radio segment "Chinese Navy Launches First Aircraft Carrier"
Business Insider interviews Former Lt. Gen. Richard C. Zilmer, a member of CNA's Military Advisory Board, for the article "The Strongest Argument For Renewable Energy Comes From The US Military"
Military.com quotes CNA senior research scientist, Michael Connell, Ph.D., in the article "Gulf Tensions Rise With Dueling Mining Exercises"
Seacoast Online interviews retired Marine Corps Lt. Gen. Richard Zilmer, a member of CNA's Military Advisory Board, for the article "Retired general: U.S. must decrease use of foreign oil"
The Connection Newspapers mention CNA in the article "Incumbents and Former Incumbents Take Heat for BRAC Site Selection: Ghosts of 2008 haunt the BRAC five"
The MORS Phalanx magazine features CNA research scientist Peter Perla, Ph.D. in the article, "Raising the Bar of Excellence: The EPD Colloquium at USMA"
Japanese magazine Sekai No Kansen quotes CNA senior fellow, RADM Michael McDevitt, (Ret.), in the October 2012 article "Japan's Strategy Against Senkaku Islands Dispute"
The National Academies Press publishes "Meeting Critical Laboratory Needs for Animal Agriculture: Examination of Three Options" which cites the CNA report, "Enhancing Ag Resiliency: The Agricultural Industry Perspective of Utilizing Agricultural Screening Tools"
Proceedings cites CNA study "USS Nimitz and Carrier Airwing Nine Surge Demonstration" in the article "A 'Leap Ahead' for the 21st-Century Navy"
Diversity/Careers in Engineering & Information Technology spotlights CNA user computing administrator Michele Slaughter in the article, "Diverse professionals in defense save money, time and lives"
Forbes cites the study, Coercion, Control, Surveillance, and Punishment: An Examination of the North Korean Police State by CNA analyst Ken Gause in the article, "Systematic Tyranny: How the Kim Dynasty Holds the North Korean People In Bondage"
Navy Times mentions CNA's Center for Naval Analyses in the article "Morale high at BUMED despite senior firings"
Bloggingheads.tv interviews CNA research scientist Dmitry Gorenburg, Ph.D. for the video "Foreign Entanglements"
AOL Defense quotes CNA research scientist William McCants, Ph.D. in the article "Drone Strikes: 'Least Horrible' Choice In Pakistan, Yemen"
American Security Project's Flashpoint Blog posts "Event Review – U.S. Drones Policy: Strategic Frameworks and Measuring Effects," an overview of the roundtable discussion on U.S. drones policy that included CNA research scientist William McCants, Ph.D. (Listen to the audio; View the video)
EBONY quotes CNA analyst Clarence Wardell III, Ph.D. in the article "World Humanitarian Day 2012!"
The Diplomat's Flashpoints blog quotes CNA senior fellow, RADM Michael McDevitt, (Ret.), in the article "China’s Growing Long-Range Strike Capability"
The Submarine Review mentions CNA principal research scientist, CAPT. Peter Swartz USN (Ret.), in the article "Short Summary of World War II Submarine Ops" (Spring 2012 edition currently not available online)
The Morton Report interviews former CNA analyst, Larry Bond, who mentions his time at CNA's Center for Naval Analyses in the article, "Larry Bond's Novels are Like War Games, and His War Games Are Like Novels"
genConnect interviews CNA senior vice president Sherri Goodman for the video, "Is Facebook Generation Prepared to Save the Environment?"
The International Police Coordination Board of Afghanistan writes about CNA analyst and field representative, Catherine Norman, Ph.D., and her report What Do Afghans Want from the Police? Views from Helmand Province in "Weekly Newsletter 18 – 24 July 2012"
Time.com interviews CNA senior fellow, RADM Michael McDevitt, (Ret.) for the article “New Garrison, Old Troubles In The South China Seas”
Via Meadia blog quotes CNA senior fellow, RADM Michael McDevitt, (Ret.) in the article, "Game of Thrones in the South China Sea: Gunboats and Diplomacy"
The National Bureau of Asian Research Alumni Network features CNA research analyst Nilanthi Samaranayake and her appearance on Al Jazeera's The Stream titled "Maldives: Six Months after the ‘Coup’"
Al Jazeera’s The Stream posts the video of its June 18th broadcast “Maldives: Six months after the 'coup', featuring CNA analyst Nilanthi Samaranayake. Also on YouTube, and for download from iTunes (dated 7/20/12)
The Korea Times carries Yonhap’s coverage of the release of CNA analyst Ken Gause’ study Coercion, Control, Surveillance, and Punishment: An Examination of North Korea's Police State
World Politics Review interviews vice president and director of CNA Strategic Studies Dr. Eric Thompson for the article “In Unpredictable Persian Gulf, U.S. Avoids Tying Navy's Hands on Self-Defense”
Radio Free Asia and the Nelson Report cover release of the study Coercion, Control, Surveillance, and Punishment: An Examination of North Korea's Police State by CNA Korea expert Ken Gause
Foreign Policy publishes “An Army of Un” by CNA Korea expert Ken Gause
Al Jazeera’s The Stream, “Maldives: Six months after the 'coup'” – CNA analyst Nilanthi Samaranayake moderates a discussion between the former president of the Maldives and its current human rights minister
Council on Foreign Relations quotes CNA research scientist Afshon Ostovar, Ph.D. in their July 17 Daily News Brief
Kyiv Post features an interview with CNA research scientist Dmitry Gorenburg, Ph.D.
The Washington Post quotes CNA director of international affairs group, Ken Gause, in the article, "In surprise move, N. Korea strips military chief of all duties"
Inside Defense cites DOD report that includes the CNA study Solar and Wind Power as Alternative Sources of Energy in Expeditionary Environments (subscription required)
Education Week writes about a CNA Education project on teachers' data use in the article, "Study to Gauge Effectiveness of Teacher Data Use"
The Truman Doctrine blog mentions CNA's Military Advisory Board report "National Security and the Threat of Climate Change" in the article, "For National Security, Climate Change Must Be Tackled"
Maritime Security Review posts "Anti-Piracy and Humanitarian Operations", a report resulting from the International Order at Sea workshop series co-sponsored by CNA
Reuters quotes CNA analyst, William McCants, Ph.D., in the article, "Insight: Local wars blur al Qaeda's threat to West"
Navy Times quotes CNA analyst David Rodney, Ph.D. in the article, "Stretched Too Thin?" (subscription required for article access)
Department of Homeland Security quotes CNA Military Advisory Board Member General Gordon Sullivan (Ret.) in Climate Change Adaption Roadmap
Wired's Danger Room mentions CNA analyst William McCants, Ph.D. in the article, "Next Gen Terror-Watchers Go Deep Into Al-Qaida, Tweet a Lot"
CGBlog mentions CNA's Center for Naval Analyses in the blog post, "OPC, Design for Wartime, Build for Peacetime"
Small Wars Journal posts about the Joint and Coalition Operational Analysis' "Decade of War, Volume 1." CNA field representatives provided significant analytic contributions to this report.
U.S. Naval Institute publishes "Bold Alligator 2012 Final Report" to which CNA analysts provided observations and assessments
Foreign Policy names CNA analyst William McCants, Ph.D. one of the top 100 Twitterati of 2012
The New York Times interviews CNA analyst William McCants, Ph.D. in the article, "Syrian Liberators, Bearing Toy Guns"
CG Blog posts "GAO Responds to Fleet Mix Studies, Part 1, The Report" mentioning CNA's Center for Naval Analyses
The Dayton Daily News covers CNA Military Advisory Board member Gen. Ronald Keys’ and and Royal Navy Rear Adm. Neil Morisetti’s visit to the Air Force Research Laboratory Propulsion Directorate at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (also carried by Stars and Stripes, and the Alexandria, VA edition of Topix)
Defence.Professionals reports on CNA’s two-day Navy medicine symposium in the post “U.S. Navy Surgeon General Hosts Workshop to Explore Future of Military Healthcare”
Michigan Business Review reports on CNA Military Advisory Board member, General Ronald Keys' USAF (Ret.) remarks to the Energy Innovation Business Council of Michigan
Voice of America interviews CNA senior advisor for Asian affairs James Clad, Ph.D. in the piece, "Philippines, China Seek Friendly Ties, Despite Tensions"
M-Live reports on the visit to Grand Rapids by CNA Military Advisory Board member Gen. Ronald Keys, USAF (Ret.) and British Rear Admiral Neil Morisetti
Foreign Policy’s Steve Levine quotes CNA senior fellow, Paul Faeth, in the article “Can we survive the new golden age of oil?”
The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation's spring 2012 newsletter features Lois Dickson Rice, a member of CNA's Board of Trustees
Inside the Navy cites the role of CNA’s Center for Naval Analyses in a series of seminars and war games being planned by Marine Corps' Ellis Group
Gunpowder & Lead cites CNA analyst William McCants, Ph.D. in the blog post, "The Forgotten Secularists of Egypt’s Revolution"
CGBlog posts about the U.S. Coast Guard Offshore and Aviation Fleet Mix Study, mentioning the CNA Integrated Deepwater System (IDS) Asset Assessment Tool (CIAAT)
The Christian Science Monitor interviews CNA research analyst William McCants, Ph.D. for the article “Is State Dept. hacking Al Qaeda? Not quite, but propaganda war is fierce"
The Washington Times quotes CNA analyst Dr. William McCants in the article “U.S. efforts on Web said frustrating to al Qaeda”
CNA's report, Estimating climate change effects on installation energy use, draws the attention of Discovery Communications' Treehugger blog and beSpacific
Voice of Russia quotes CNA research scientist Dmitry Gorenburg, Ph.D. in the article, "Missile defense system for Europe: First phase. Illusion of safety"
Armed Forces Journal publishes CNA senior research scientist Jonathan Schroden’s letter to the editor “Analyzing Afghanistan”
Al Jazeera interviews vice president and director of CNA China Studies, David Finkelstein, Ph.D., in the piece, "How does China define human rights?"
Gloucester County Times reports that CNA senior fellow, ADM William J. Fallon USN (Ret.), will speak at the Camden County Veterans Cemetery dedication ceremony on May 26
Midrats radio program speaks with CNA research scientist, Dr. Dmitry Gorenburg, on this week's show, "Return to Russia"
CNN quotes vice president and director of CNA China Studies, David Finkelstein, Ph.D., in the article “Report: Chinese stealth fighter to be operational by 2018”
Time quotes CNA senior fellow RADM Michael McDevitt (Ret.) in the article, "China’s ‘Security Dilemma’ Risks Arms Race in Asia"
Smithsonian's Surprising Science blog posts "If the Interstate System Were Designed by a Slime Mold" about a project co-led by CNA principal research scientist, Andrew Ilachinski, Ph.D.
The Center for Climate & Security posts "CNA Report: Climate Change, Rising Temperatures and Energy Use at U.S. Military Installations" about CNA's memo "Estimating climate change effects on installation energy use"
The National Bureau of Asian Research Alumni Network features CNA research analyst Nilanthi Samaranayake and her Asia Times article, "No cause for panic over the Maldives" in their monthly email update.
Education Week publishes “States Lack Capacity for Reform” co-authored by CNA senior advisor for education, Arthur D. Sheekey, Ph.D.
Huffington Post cites CNA study "Economic Impact on Caregivers of the Seriously Wounded, Ill, and Injured" in the article "They Also Serve: Caregivers of Veterans Keep Our Nation Strong"
Mother Jones quotes CNA analyst William McCants, Ph.D. for article on Khalid Sheikh Mohammed
SEAPOWER Magazine quotes Vice Admiral Dennis V. McGinn, USN (Ret.), Vice Chairman of the CNA Military Advisory Board
Australian Broadcasting Corporation quotes CNA Analyst Dr. William McCants in the piece "Second underwear bomber plot foiled"
Washington Post posts Associated Press interview with CNA Analyst Dr. William McCants
The Daily Star cites CNA Analyst, Nilanthi Samaranayake, in the article, "What's new in US' strategic shift?"
The Blaze references CNA’s 2007 report National Security and the Threat of Climate Change in its posting “Defense Secretary: ‘Climate Change Has a Dramatic Impact on National Security’
Fierce Homeland Security quotes CNA Middle East expert, Dr. William McCants, in the posting “Al Qaeda diminished, say panelists”
C-SPAN’s Washington Journal interviews CNA analyst William McCants, Ph.D.
CNA report, "Science and Technology for Communication and Persuasion Abroad: Gap Analysis and Survey,” posted on MountainRunner.us blog
Foreign Policy publishes “Al Qaeda Is Doing Nation-Building. Should We Worry?” by CNA research analyst William McCants, Ph.D.
The New York Daily News quotes CNA Analyst Dr. William McCants in the article, "Memories of Bin Laden are fading, but his methods and ideology remain"
Indiana’s Journal Courier covers CNA Military Advisory Board member Gen. Ronald Keys’ (Ret.) visit to Purdue University in the article “Finite supply of fossil fuels should spur action, general says”
WLFI-TV West Lafayette, Indiana reports on remarks made by CNA Military Advisory Board member Gen. Ronald Keys (Ret) at Purdue University
Columbus, Indiana's The Republic, and WISH-TV Indianapolis, report that CNA Military Advisory Board member Gen. Ronald Keys (Ret.) will discuss U.S. energy security at a lecture at Purdue University's Energy Center on April 19
The Yale School of Management’s Qn interviews CNA senior vice president and general counsel Sherri Goodman for the online feature “What is environmental security?”
The New York Daily News cites CNA analyst William McCants, Ph.D. in the article “Al Qaeda bomb-making expert publishes magazine detailing how to make explosives”
Politico’s Morning Defense cites the CNA-authored Population Representation in the Military Services Fiscal Year 2010
The Detroit Free Press profiles VADM Lee Gunn (Ret), president of CNA’s Institute for Public Research and co-vice chairman of the CNA Military Advisory Board, in the commentary “Global warming biggest threat to U.S. security, retired officer says”
American Physical Society’s APS News profiles Brad Ng, Ph.D., vice president and director of CNA Air Traffic Management
C-SPAN’s Washington Journal features the director of CNA Stability and Development, Carter Malkasian, Ph.D. in a discussion on Afghanistan affairs (interview begins at 9:36)
Voice of America quotes Abraham Denmark, Asia-Pacific security advisor at CNA, in the piece "North Korea Warns Against Criticism at Nuclear Security Summit"
Focus Taiwan quotes CNA Sr. Fellow, RADM Michael McDevitt (Ret.) in the article “China's maritime expansion could go beyond Taiwan”
Foreign Policy quotes the director of CNA Strategic Studies, Eric Thompson, Ph.D., in its “Weekly Wrap” posting
KUOW Seattle discusses the future of the U.S. advisory mission in Afghanistan with CNA senior analyst William Rosenau, Ph.D.
USNI Blog posting “Are hospital ships worth it?” cites CNA study
Navy Times interviews CNA analyst Henry Griffis, Ph.D. for the article “Pushing The Fleet Too Far? Routine 8-month deployments part of Navy's plan to meet global demand” (subscription required)
NPR interviews CNA senior research scientist Jonathan Schroden, Ph.D. for the piece “Afghan Shootings Could Complicate U.S. Mission”
WBEZ Chicago hosts James “Chips” Stewart, Director of CNA Safety and Security’s Public Safety Program, for a discussion on SMART Policing
Macleans quotes CNA analyst Nilanthi Samaranayake in the article "Is India really a superpower?"
Business Insider Europe quotes CNA analyst Dmitry Gorenburg in the article “For All The Bluster, These 3 Reasons Show Russia's Position On Iran May Be Surprisingly Sane”
NPR’s Morning Edition interviews CNA Russia expert Dmitry Gorenburg, Ph.D. for the piece “Remaking Russia's Military: Big Plans, Few Results”
Wired interviews CNA analyst Abraham Denmark for the article “China Spends Even More on Its Military While Pentagon Yawns”
Boulder’s Daily Camera quotes CNA Military Advisory Board vice chairman, Vice Admiral Dennis McGinn (Ret.), in the editorial "Renewable energy and national security"
Now available: "Using Value-Added Assessment for Personnel Decisions: How Omitted Variables and Model Specification Influence Teachers’ Outcomes" coauthored by Christine Mokher, Ph.D. and Linda Cavalluzzo, Ph.D.
The Rocky Mountain Collegian interviews CNA Military Advisory Board Vice Chairman, Vice Admiral Dennis McGinn (Ret), for the article “Q & A with Vice Admiral Dennis McGinn”
The Atlantic.com posts “Should Central America Legalize Drugs?” by Ralph Espach, Ph.D. director of CNA’s Latin American Affairs Program
KUSA-TV Denver interviews CNA’s Military Advisory Board vice chairman, Vice Admiral Dennis McGinnis (Ret), on energy security issues
The Washington Post quotes CNA analyst Carter Malkasian, Ph.D. in the article “Violence in wake of Koran incident fuels U.S. doubts about Afghan partners”
The Navy Times quotes CNA analyst David Rodney, Ph.D. for the article “Budget calls for officer drawdown” (subscription required)
The Bellingham Herald picks up the The Orange County Register article "U.S. veterans deported after they served" citing CNA data
BBC News interviews CNA China security analyst Murray Scot Tanner, Ph.D. for the piece “China keeps close eye on government opponents”
Guatemala’s Prensa Libre publishes the op-ed "El corazón del dilema" by CNA’s Latin American Affairs Program, Ralph Espach, Ph.D.
The New York Times quotes CNA research scientist Dr. Dmitry Gorenburg in the article “For Syria, Reliant on Russia for Weapons and Food, Old Bonds Run Deep”
CNN World posts “Russia’s Iran Strategy” written for Oxford Analytica by CNA research scientist, Dmitry Gorenburg, Ph.D.
Government Executive cites CNA’s 2008 study of military pay in the article “Military vs. civilian pay”
CNA research analyst Elbridge Colby discusses the future of America's nuclear weapons arsenal on Chicago Public Media’s Worldview broadcast
NPR interviews CNA vice president and director of CNA China Studies David Finkelstein, Ph.D. for the piece “As China's Military Grows, U.S. Assesses Risks"
Oil & Gas Financial Journal reports on a paper from Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy that cites CNA’s study The Economic Implications of Disruptions to Maritime Oil Chokepoints in the article “Baker Institute paper calls for alternative to Hormuz oil route”
Navy Times cites CNA's participation in Navy exercises in the article “Massive exercise brings back amphibious ops”
The Associated Press quotes CNA analyst William McCants, Ph.D. in the article “US seeks to mine social media to predict future”
The Associated Press interviews CNA Korea expert, Ken Gause, for the article “Age, military ties mark Kim Jong Un's inner circle”
Defence Report interviews CNA analyst Dmitry Gorenburg, Ph.D. for the article “Syrian National Council says ‘yes’ to diplomacy, ‘no’ to Chinese and Russian arms”
Financial Times interviews CNA China analyst, Murray Scot Tanner, Ph.D. for the article “China’s police ill-equipped to combat unrest"
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports on the pending study of police-involved shootings in Las Vegas by COPS (Community Oriented Policing Services) to be led by CNA senior fellow James K. "Chips" Stewart
In the article “Firmer Ground” Defense News discusses the U.S. Training and Doctrine Command Analysis Center’s “Irregular Warfare Tactical Wargame” designed with the assistance of CNA’s Center for Naval Analyses
CNN World posts “Why Russia protects Assad,” written for Oxford Analytica by CNA research scientist, Dmitry Gorenburg, Ph.D.
The Los Angeles Times interviews CNA expert on Iran, Afshon Ostovar, Ph.D. for the article “What is the Strait of Hormuz? Can Iran shut off access to oil?"
SSPP Blog notes remarks by CNA sr. vice president and general counsel, Sherri Goodman, at the 2012 National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE) conference
Voice of America interviews CNA analyst William McCants, Ph.D. for the piece “Does Social Media Help or Hurt Terrorism?”
E&E News quotes CNA senior vice president and general counsel, Sherri Goodman, in the article “Energy security argument resonates with public, Sutley says” (subscription required)
The Navy Times notes the work of CNA research analysts, Drs. John Bentrup and Samuel Zenobia, in the article “Ships stagger access to speed Web connectivity”
The Atlantic’s Wire interviews Dr. Michael Connell, director of CNA’s Iranian Studies Program, for the article "The Navy Is Depending on Dolphins to Keep the Strait of Hormuz Open"
Newsmax.com quotes CNA analyst, Michael Connelll, Ph.D. in the article “White House Sends Iran a Warning on Strait"
America Now with Andy Dean interviews CNA analyst Elbridge Colby on tensions in U.S.-Iran relations
The New York Times interviews CNA Iran expert, Michael Connell, Ph.D. for the article “U.S. Sends Top Iranian Leader a Warning on Strait Threat"
The National Interest publishes the commentary “Why Not to Attack Iran” co-authored by CNA research analyst Elbridge Colby
NPR’s All Things Considered interviews CNA’s Dr. Michael Connell for the piece “Can Iran Close The World's Most Important Oil Route?”
BBC News interviews CNA Iran expert, Michael Connell, Ph.D., for the article “Is a US-Iran maritime clash inevitable?”
Foreign Policy posts CNA research analyst Dr. Afshon Ostovar’s article "Iran's Kamikaze Hormuz Threat"
The Center for American Progress cites CNA’s report National Security and the Threat of Climate Change in the article "Climate Change, Migration, and Conflict: Addressing Complex Crisis Scenarios in the 21st Century"
Popular Mechanics interviews Dr. Michael Connell, director of CNA’s Iranian Studies Program, for the article “What a U.S.–Iran Naval Showdown Could Look Like”
“Kim Chong-un and Pyongyang’s Signaling Campaign” — CNA analyst Ken Gause's latest article posted on the Korea Economic Institute’s website The Peninsula
Guatemala’s Prensa Libre interviews the director of CNA’s Latin American Affairs Program, Ralph Espach, Ph.D., for the article “Lo principal es el capital social”
Environment Magazine discusses CNA senior fellow Paul Faeth’s piece "U.S. Energy Security and Water: The Challenges We Face” in the article "Editorial - Multiplying Costly Scarcities for Even More Costly Growth"