"No-COVID" Germany: Launching a Policy Debate in a Complex Political Environment
This new strategy proposal adheres to the principle that every infection is one too many
Midsummer for the Season—But Not the Coronavirus
A case in poor leadership, the U.S. containment strategy has lacked clarity, consistency, credibility, and compassion
Ten Million Tests in Ten Days
Inside Wuhan’s massive COVID-19 testing campaign, which China is expected to repeat elsewhere—just not with antibodies
Separated by a Common Infection
A mess of coronavirus responses—from Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Sweden, and the U.S. federal government to U.S. states
Coronavirus in Europe: Who If Not Us?
Can the EU balance internal recovery with geopolitical influence and lift its gaze towards the international sphere?
COVID-19 Is Smoke and Mirrors—What Matters Is International Law
Health is political, and the best political choice at the moment would be to strengthen WHO's legal power—not destroy it
What We Talk About When We Talk About Coronavirus
A gendered and political analysis of world leaders’ COVID-19 pandemic statements in March 2020
EU: Strongly United for Health—Deeply Divided on the Economy
Lock-step solidarity during COVID-19 pandemic is challenged by policy questions within and "mask diplomacy" from abroad
The Big European Shut Down
COVID-19 pandemic reflects the EU’s powerlessness to act coherently on health matters—but it also reveals a path forward
Much at Stake as EU Battles COVID-19
Does Europe have the will to unite as one and protect global health around the world, or will national politics prevail?
How to Tackle Global Problems in an Age of Populism
Appetites for investment do exist today to define achievable goals, apply effective tools, and solve global challenges