PETER YUEN PHOTOGRAPHY CONTENTS 2 5 12 14 EDITOR’S NOTE THERE’S NO APP FOR A GOOD SWING DANCE BY CYNTHI A ROCKWELL 20 MARSHALL PLAN AT : DO THE TIES STILL BIND? BY WILLIAM HOLDER ’ 22 RUSSIA TROUBLES CONFOUND U.S. FOREIGN POLICY BY ROBERT HUNTER ’ 25 THE COMMON GROUND ON REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT AND SECURITY BY JOSEPH CASSIDY ’ THREAT ASSESSMENTS BY GABRIEL POPKIN ’ PRESIDENT’S LETTER In Alive and Kicking , director Susan Glatzer ’87 offers the Lindy Hop as an antidote for life in the digital age. Nick Rasmussen ’87 is preoccupied by terrorism and preventing another 9/11. In this Q&A, Karen Donfried ’84 discusses the state of trans-Atlantic relations. The Russia imbroglio has implications that go well beyond the daily barrage of headlines. Refugee resettlement is controversial, but a thoughtful process can mitigate concerns.