RAND Annual Report 2002 Contents
RAND CORP SANTA MONICA CA
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In 2OO2 Rand made great strides toward fulfilling its goal of becoming the worlds most effective and trusted policy research institution. We have always been dedicated to enhancing the welfare and security of the United States, and in the last year we continued and expanded our policy research on U.S topics, as described throughout this annual report. But in 2002 we were also more active than ever before in improving the domestic and defense policies of other nations and regions as well. Two new initiatives, both extraordinarily ambitious, best exemplify our evolving international role. The first aims to help the Persian Gulf nation of Qatar to reform its educational system. The second is our new Center for Domestic and International Health Security. The center aims, among other things, to make the promotion of global health a key component of U.S. foreign policy. We view the enhancement of education and health at the global level as important components of our efforts to strengthen both U.S. and global security. This report covers research and development activities of the Arroyo Center, Council for Aid to Education, Labor and Population Program, National Security Research Division, Project AIR FORCE, Rand Education, Rand Enterprise Analysis, Rand Europe, Rand Health, Rand Institute for Civil Justice, Rand Public Safety and Justice, and Rand Science and Technology.
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