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March 18, 2019

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IN THIS ISSUE 3/18/19 Story map Covered in this issue: Johannesburg, South Africa; Kabul, Afghanistan; Paris; Rio de Janeiro; Toronto; and the US 16 SCIENCE: WHO HOLDS THE KEYS TO PARADISE? Florida's Key West aims to prove that climate adaptation is possible, and city officials and homeowners have been adjusting infrastructure to keep flooding at bay. But such changes come at a price, and that raises questions about who gets to stay. BY EVA BOTKIN-KOWACKI 24 COVER STORY The budding nuclear threat As the US and Russia back away from arms control, how worried should the world be? BY HOWARD LAFRANCHI COVER ILLUSTRATION: KAREN NORRIS/STAFF HEART OF THE NEWS: HOW NEW ORLEANS POLICE WENT FROM 'MOST CORRUPT' TO MODEL FORCE By at least one measure, this police force had ranked as the most corrupt in the US. But today, the NOPD has become a pioneer in humanistic policing. BY PATRIK JONSSON 8 2 THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR WEEKLY | MARCH 18, 2019

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