Editorial, Opinion Pieces Discuss Various Aspects Of COVID-19 Pandemic, Including Continued Global Spread, Role Of International Cooperation

Barron’s: A Covid-19 Vaccine Should Be a Public Good. Here’s How to Make That Happen
Kendall Hoyt, assistant professor at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and author (6/24).

The Conversation: In many countries the coronavirus pandemic is accelerating, not slowing
Adam Kamradt-Scott, associate professor at the University of Sydney (6/23).

Devex: NGOs are withdrawing from Africa when surge capacity is needed most
Hajir Maalim, regional director for the Horn of Africa and eastern Africa at Action Against Hunger (6/23).

The Hill: Coronavirus shows we need more international cooperation, not less
Scott Greytak, advocacy director for the U.S. Office of Transparency International, and Kyle Ainge, juris doctor candidate at the University of Tulsa College of Law (6/23).

The Hill: Forget the WHO — where is U.S. leadership at the WTO?
Naotaka Matsukata, senior USTR official in the George W. Bush administration and former senior executive for a global pharmaceutical manufacturer (6/23).

The Hill: Congress should rein in the FDA
C. Boyden Gray, former counsel to Vice President George H.W. Bush from 1981-1989 and White House counsel from 1989-1993, former U.S. ambassador to the European Union in 2006 and special envoy for European and Eurasia affairs during the George W. Bush administration, and Roger D. Klein, faculty fellow at the Center for Law, Science and Innovation at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University and policy adviser to the Heartland Institute (6/23).

New York Times: The Pandemic Is Still Raging. The President Pretends Otherwise
Editorial Board (6/23).

Wall Street Journal: Coronavirus Was a Punch in the Mouth
Holman W. Jenkins, Jr., member of the editorial board of the Wall Street Journal (6/23).

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