1. As pressure builds for U.S. military attention to Boko Haram in Nigeria, that nation’s political situation and past abuses complicate planning.
By Kevin Baron and Molly O’Toole at Defense One
2. What was once an “artist” is now a “creative entrepreneur.” Marketing and networking have forever changed art.
By William Deresiewicz in the Atlantic
3. Does the rising danger of digital attacks mean traditional warfare is irrelevant?
By David Barno and Nora Bensahel in War on the Rocks
4. Probability forecasts would take some getting used to, but they are a better way to tell the public about major weather events.
By Graham T. Beck in Time
5. Improving the ‘cold chain’ — how food stays fresh from farm to table — could massively reduce waste and carbon emissions.
By Adam Wernick at Public Radio International
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