This week's Space Review contains no fewer than seven pieces, two of which rate special attention here. The first is a review of George Friedman's The Next 100 Years by Brent Ziarnick (rather more positive than my own appraisal of it on this site last month).
In the second, Review editor Jeff Foust discusses the relevance of the "how high is space debate" for the suborbital flight business.
New Reviews (Doctorow's Content, Young's The Rise of the Meritocracy)
The Real Unemployment Rate
A Question of Balance (RAND on the China-Taiwan Conflict)