Recent developments suggest that lattice QCD is now capable
of few-percent calculations for a variety of important
nonperturbative quantities. The main bottleneck slowing lattice
results now is a lack of high-order calculations in (lattice)
perturbative QCD. This talk will review the recent breakthroughs in
lattice QCD, their implications for particle physics, and the
essential role of perturbation theory in future progress.
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