News Outlets Discuss Potential Human Rights, Science, Foreign Policy Implications Of Trump Administration

Inter Press Service: U.S. President-Elect Donald Trump Urged to Ensure Human Rights for All
“Across the world, human rights groups are reacting to the election of Donald J. Trump as the president of the United States, urging him to make a renewed commitment to human rights…” (Yakupitiyage, 11/9).

STAT/Scientific American: Five Ways Trump’s Win Can Change Medicine and Science
“…[H]ere in the world of science and medicine, the election of Donald Trump has left many trying to make sense of the vagaries, reversals, and red herrings that have marked his rhetoric on key issues from research funding to drug pricing. Here are five questions we have about what the Trump administration will mean for science…” (Garde, 11/10).

U.N. Dispatch: What Can We Expect from President Trump’s Foreign Policy?
“…President Trump will likely face a number of key foreign policy challenges upon taking office. On the line with me to discuss the implications of a Trump presidency to America’s role in the world is Heather Hurlburt of the New America Foundation…” (Goldberg, 11/10).

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