For this month's Environmental Outlook, new reasons to get kids outdoors and what it means for protecting the environment.
Author Robert Kaplan discusses his concerns over how international relations and America’s place in the world will play out in this new century. In his book, he suggests that the world could even be on the brink of a second Cold War.
- Robert Kaplan national correspondent, "The Atlantic;" senior fellow, Center for a New American Security; author, currently working on a book about the Indian Ocean region
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