COVID-19

The Fight Against COVID-19 and the Lessons of 1918

By on September 23, 2020
The Fight Against COVID-19 and the Lessons of 1918

A Conversation with John Barry about his 2005 book regarding the Great Influenza pandemic 102 years ago and the lessons that can be learned today.

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When a Pandemic and an Epidemic Collide

By on September 23, 2020
When a Pandemic and an Epidemic Collide

by LISA HOWLEY

Since the pandemic began, more than 40 states have reported increases in substance- related deaths.

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U.S. Foreign Policy After the Pandemic

By on September 23, 2020
U.S. Foreign Policy After the Pandemic

by JESSICA TRISKO DARDEN

While conflict prevention has long been a focus of foreign assistance, the intersection of conflict prevention with other global challenges should be at the forefront of America’s response.

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Wear a Mask, Maintain Distance, and Avoid Crowds

By on August 3, 2020
Wear a Mask, Maintain Distance, and Avoid Crowds

by ERIC TONER, MD

In the coming months, our success in battling the pandemic will come down to some basic steps that every American can and must take.

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College in the Age of Corona: Will it Ever Be the Same?

By on August 3, 2020
College in the Age of Corona: Will it Ever Be the Same?

by FREDERICK HESS

With college students preparing for class this Fall, college leaders need to look ahead with a sense of urgency and imagination.

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Creating a Trusted and Unified Contact Tracing Strategy

By on August 3, 2020
Creating a Trusted and Unified Contact Tracing Strategy

by POLLYANNA SANDERSON

As COVID-19 rates sharply increase across the U.S., it is becoming clearer that digital contact tracing tools could help alleviate

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Saving Our Economy: Are Taxpayers Getting Their Money’s Worth?

By on August 3, 2020
Saving Our Economy: Are Taxpayers Getting Their Money’s Worth?

by ADAM MICHEL

If Congress determines more aid for individuals is necessary, it should be targeted to those who need it most.

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Is the Time Right to Cut the Payroll Tax?

By on August 3, 2020
Is the Time Right to Cut the Payroll Tax?

by KARL SMITH

Several months into the current crisis, the case for reducing the payroll tax as a way to reboot the economy is nuanced at best.

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A Smart Investment to Fuel Economic Growth

By on August 3, 2020
A Smart Investment to Fuel Economic Growth

by JOHN ROBERT SMITH

An infrastructure plan with a strict focus on repair could help put people back to work while fixing a perpetual source of frustration.

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Democracies Must Work Together in the Fight Against COVID-19

By on August 3, 2020
Democracies Must Work Together in the Fight Against COVID-19

by THOMAS E. GARRETT

As the world confronts the pandemic, it is critical that the democratic nations of the world keep our shared principles in mind moving forward.

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