To turn the tide in the struggle against the current pandemic, we need to re-learn a critical lesson from the Ebola experience: Public Health can only be effective in confronting this kind of challenge with informed leadership that listens to the scientists, writes Seth Freeman.
Experts discussed how COVID-19 is impacting developing countries on a recent webcast.
Leaders of developing countries are worrying about their health and safety just as their medical systems come under assault, writes Grant Harris.
Especially in this moment of chaos and upheaval, we must remain vigilant in ensuring that the world’s most vulnerable are protected, writes Ann Durbin.
Washington should look anew at its relations with Pacific Island Countries, particularly as it begins to focus greater attention on the important role of the Melanesian states in Pacific architecture, writes C. Steven McGann.
Experts discussed the climate change gender gap in a recent teleconference.
Australians must work to understand how warming temperatures will affect bushfire dynamics over the coming years, writes Alice Hill.
The United States can work with partner countries to use existing resources in a more coordinated manner in order to achieve immediate progress toward mitigating the negative impacts of climate change on Kiribati, writes C. Steven McGann.
With major developments in the U.S.-China cold war, Hong Kong, Brexit, Syria, and impeachment in the United States, plus hotspots across Latin America and the Middle East, it looks like the world will continue to heat up in 2020, writes DJ Peterson. Here are the international issues to watch this year.
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In looking for solutions to the Rohingya crisis beyond daily survival, the underlying decisions of regional and international governments need to be brought to light, writes Jackson Stephens.